A family mourned the death of a 21-year-old woman after Pennsylvania State Police confirmed that her body was found in a Bucks County state park.
Lindsey Piccone went missing in Tyler State Park in Newtown in September.
On Tuesday, state police said dental records identified skeletal remains belonging to the 21-year-old Bensalem woman. Last week, a park staff found Piccone's body while clearing vegetation.
Piccone was reported missing on Sept. 6, said officials. Piccone did not have her cellphone with her and was last seen two days earlier, according to investigators.
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Family members said Piccone’s car was found at Tyler State Park where search groups scoured the 1,711-acre park for days in early September, causing closures.
Piccone's obituary mentioned her love for the outdoors and her friends. She worked as a caregiver at Magic Cottage School.
Piccone's family planned a funeral at Tomlinson Funeral Home along Bristol Pike in Piccone's hometown, said her obituary. The family asked that donations in Piccone's name be made to the Women's Humane Society, 3839 Richlieu Road, Bensalem, PA 19020.