Human remains found during search for girl on Pa. llama farm

Police haven't identified the remains

Pennsylvania State Police

MILFORD, Pa. (AP) – State police say they’ve found human remains on a llama farm in northeastern Pennsylvania during a search for a 17-year-old girl last seen in the area on April 18.

Police haven’t identified the remains and have stopped short of saying whether they believe they’re the remains of 17-year-old Leanna Walker.

The Dingman Township girl left her home with her 24-year-old boyfriend, Sky McDonough, the afternoon she was last seen.

McDonough has been jailed on unrelated charges since April 26. That’s when police arrested him on a burglary-related arrest warrant out of New Jersey. Pennsylvania state police say the couple had been camping in the area of the llama farm when Walker was last seen.

The remains were discovered about noon Sunday in Milford Township, Pike County. That’s about 50 miles east of Scranton.

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