Missing woman found dead in the woods about a mile from her truck

SUBLETTE COUNTY, WYO – Authorities in Sublette County say they have found the body of a woman missing since July 13. Search and rescue members located the body of Aubree Corona, 28, of Green River during a search of the area where her vehicle was found last weekend.

On Tuesday, August 20, search and rescue personnel Corona’s body after launching a new joint search mission conducted by Fremont and Sublette counties following the discovery of the vehicle she was driving when she went missing last month.

When searchers found the vehicle they noted two things: It had a half tank of gas in it, so Corona did not run out of fuel. It was also found to be inoperable and authorities could not get it started. Detectives also found the missing dirt bike to be leaned over inside the back of the truck consistent with reported sightings of her and the truck on July 13.

Searchers began covering the area Monday where the truck was located. On Tuesday searchers had located Corona’s body approximately 1.3 miles away from where her truck was found. There was no cell phone coverage in that area making impossible any cell phone ping attempts by detectives.

No foul play is suspected at this time. Cause of death is unknown but there is nothing immediately evident to authorities at the scene that suggest Corona died from any physical trauma other than possible exposure. An autopsy has been scheduled by Fremont County as they continue their investigation.

The Fremont County Sheriff’s Office as well as the Sublette County Sheriff’s Office wishes to extend their deepest condolences to the friends and family of Miss Corona in this difficult time.

A GoFundMe account has been established for Corona’s family. According to family and friends, Aubree was a loving mother, daughter and sister and will be greatly missed. Funeral plans are still being arranged. Money raised will go toward the cost of transporting Aubree’s body from Wyoming to Utah for funeral services next week.

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