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Remains confirmed to be those of Kay-Alana Turner

The forensic examination of remains discovered earlier this week were confirmed to be those of the missing woman, 27-year-old Margaret Kay-Alana Turner.


According to Montgomery County officials, there is no suspicion of foul play. However the circumstances and manner of death are still under investigation.


Montgomery County officials released a press release regarding the confirmed remains:

The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office is hopeful that this positive identification can provide some much-needed closure to her family. Our thoughts and prayers are with them during this difficult time.


Our original story;

In a Facebook journal, Kay-Alana Turner's parents have been doing daily updates since she went missing last year. Yesterday, the family made a final entry. "We love Kay! God loves her more! She has been met with the Kindness of the Lord. After 407 days Kay-Alana has been found. We must wait for the medical examiner to determine positive identification but it is our belief that our baby was found by Texas Equusearch yesterday not far from where she went missing on March 10th 2023. From what we know she has been in the presence of God since that date. Texas EquuSearch went above and beyond for our Kay and we thank God for them. We will be silent on this page for a season. Thank you all for your prayers they are our strength."


As we previously reported, the day before her disappearance, Kay was staying with a friend in Silsbee. However, when this friend left for work, Kay-Alana left the home. From that moment on there were unconfirmed reports of sightings, but until now, nothing substantial to go on.


Our prayers are with the Turner family in their time of need. ETB will update our readers as more information is made available.


The family's Facebook post closed with a scripture from 1 Thessalonians 13-14. "And now, dear brothers and sisters, we want you to know what will happen to the believers who have died so you will not grieve like people who have no hope. For we believe that Jesus died and rose again, and so we believe that God will bring with Jesus those who have fallen asleep in Him".



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