Cheyann Klus’s obituary details were not revealed by her family.
Cheyann’s family confirmed the news of her remains being found in a Facebook post on Monday.
The remains of Cheyann Klus, a young woman who went missing more than five years ago in Chicago, have been found, according to authorities.
Klus was 22 years old when she was last seen on November 27, 2017, at her home in Downers Grove, Illinois.
She was reported missing by her father after she failed to return home. On December 1, she traveled to Chicago and was never heard from again.
According to the DuPage County Sheriff’s official, she was last seen on the night of December 1 in the 2100 block of North Kilbourn in the city’s Hermosa neighborhood.
After working with the DuPage County Sheriff’s office and the FBI, the Cook County Sheriff’s office confirmed Klus’ identity through dental records last week. However, the details surrounding her death have not yet been released.
The Cook County Sheriff’s office continues working with the Chicago Police to investigate the circumstances of Cheyann’s death.
However, they have not provided any information about where or how her remains were located.
How did Cheyann disappear?
Cheyann’s disappearance has been a mystery for over five years, with many unanswered questions.
Friends reported that she had left her home to stay at her boyfriend Brian Biddle’s house, where there was an ‘all-day, all-night private party.’
Biddle was never considered a suspect or person of interest in Cheyann’s disappearance and cooperated with police.
A 911 call was made from her phone 12 days after her disappearance, which pinged a cellphone tower at the Mallard Lake Forest Preserve, 20 miles from her boyfriend’s house and 18 miles from her home.
Despite searching the area twice, Cheyann was just found now. The discovery of Cheyann’s remains brings closure to her family and friends, who have been searching for answers for over five years.
However, it also raises questions about the circumstances surrounding her death. The Cook County Sheriff’s office and the Chicago Police continue their investigation, but Cheyann’s family is grieving their loss and asking for privacy.