Police waiting on ID of remains in Campos investigation

Police waiting on ID of remains in Campos investigation
Suspect charged, remains found 5 years after Zoe Campos disappearance

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - Lubbock Police say they are waiting for the positive identification of remains found Friday night before they hold a news conference updating the media on the Zoe Campos case.

Chief Greg Stevens said the Lubbock County Medical Examiner’s Office has not given the police department a timeline on how long the identification process will take. He told KCBD Monday evening he understood the remains were being sent to San Diego to be identified.

LPD Public Information Officer Tiffany Taylor also thanked a number of organizations on behalf of the department for their assistance in the Campos investigation. She specifically mentioned 30 volunteers from Texas Search and Rescue for their work with cadaver dogs over the weekend.

The Lubbock Police Department would like to thank the many organizations and volunteers who assisted in the investigation over the last two weeks. Their assistance and quick response provided LPD with the resources needed to conduct extensive searches related to the Zoe Campos investigation.   
Tiffany Taylor - Lubbock Police Department

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