BOISE, Idaho (CBS2) — The FBI has finished a forensic examination of the remains of Shawnta L. Pankey, according to the Idaho County Sheriff's Office.
Pankey, a 25-year-old from Grangeville, was reported missing on April 15, 2018 under, what police said, were "suspicious circumstances."
She went missing while reportedly camping with her boyfriend, Eddie Mills, at Pine Bar on the Salmon River.
Pankey's family offered $3,500 for information leading to her recovery in August of 2018.
Her remains were found on May 5, 2019, near Buffalo Eddy on the Snake River.
ICSO announced Tuesday that the FBI has concluded a forensic examination of Pankey's remains.
"At this time, neither Coroner Joshua Hall nor the Idaho County Sheriff’s Office will be releasing any of the FBI’s report to the public," ICSO said. "Shawnta’s remains are expected to be turned over to family in the next few weeks."