Oakley Police hold a press conference after the remains of missing woman Alexis Gabe were discovered last week


SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — Oakley Police are holding a press conference Monday after it was confirmed Friday that the remains of missing woman Alexis Gabe have been found.

After a months-long search, the 24-year-old’s partial remains were located in a remote part of Amador County in the city of Plymouth on Thursday following a report to law enforcement .

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Gabe had been missing since January 2022.

Her family announced plans for a celebration of life scheduled just two days after the first anniversary of her disappearance and a candlelight vigil in December.

Gabe disappeared on January 26, when she was last seen leaving the Antioch home of her former boyfriend, Marshall Jones.

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Her car was found in Oakley but there was no sign of her.

Investigators say they have determined that Jones traveled to the area where Alexis’ remains were found within hours of her disappearance. Police have shared grim details with the Gabe family about the trash bags Jones was seen carrying to his mother’s house.

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Jones was killed in a Seattle suburb in June when police moved in to arrest him.

There have been large-scale community searches for Alexis. The KlaasKids Foundation supported the efforts. Polly, the own daughter of founder Marc Klaas, was murdered in the 1990s.

“This is a difficult time for the family. We need to keep them in our hearts. We hope they can move on and honor Alexis’ life,” Klaas said.

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