The disappearance of Paige Birgfeld has been revived with the discovery of human remains in the western region of Colorado. The news was revealed today bringing a shocking turning point in a case older than five years!
It's reported that the remains discovered have been positively identified as missing mother Paige Birgfeld, who vanished in 2007 from the Grand Junction area. A hiker in Delta County happened upon the remains, curiously, after several years have passed in this case. It serves as a tiny shred of closure for those close to the missing mother, but the case is being investigated now as a homicide, so what comes next?
This case has always been one shrouded with negative influence. It was reported early in her disappearance that foul play was considered a factor. In fact, there has been only one suspect in her disappearance since 2007 -- a former "client" of hers. Paige Birgfeld led a secret life as an "escort" who offered her services under an assumed name online. Police have always believed her disappearance had something to do with her involvment in prositution and the only suspect in the case has a criminal history of assault and kidnapping. Now with the discovery of her remains they can focus on building a case against whomever they think is responsible. Hell, maybe they'll find more evidence involved in this case leading them in a more concrete direction.
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