ANCHORAGE- Police in Bristol Bay say they have found the remains of a missing King Salmon woman and are investigating the case a possible homicide.
Authorities have been searching for Reanna Rose Anderson since her mother reported her missing Friday. Her husband, Kyle Anderson, shot and killed himself Friday night as police in King Salmon tried to pull him over to question him about her disappearance.
KAKN Radio reports that two volunteer searchers located what appeared to be her remains Monday afternoon near Paradise Point in King Salmon. Authorities later confirmed the remains belonged to Reanna Anderson.
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A man who shot and killed himself as he was being pulled over by police in King Salmon was the last person to see his missing wife, according to family members.
Kyle Anderson shot himself Friday night as Bristol Bay Borough police officers attempted to stop his vehicle.
Searchers planned to continue looking Monday for Reanna "Rose" Anderson, who was reported missing Friday by her mother.
The search has expanded to include Bristol Bay Police, Alaska State Troopers, Katmai National Park rangers and community volunteers
A spokeswoman for the family, Heather Reader, told the Anchorage Daily News (http://bit.ly/1ftYz4G) that Kyle Anderson reported seeing his wife Sept. 17 at their home in King Salmon, a community of 350 on the Naknek River about 15 miles upriver from Naknek.
Reanna Anderson grew up in Naknek and graduated from Bristol Bay Borough schools in 2007.
She moved to Seattle after high school and took an internship with Ocean Beauty Seafood Inc., but returned to Alaska and married. The couple had one young daughter.
Reanna Anderson worked at the PenAir airport ticket counter. When she missed work for two days in a row Friday, PenAir called her mother. Her mother called police.
"That's not like her to miss work," Reader said.
Police have not said whether Kyle Anderson was involved with Reanna Anderson's disappearance.
Reader declined to discuss the couple or the state of their marriage.
Teresa Coghill, a Bristol Bay Borough Police Department spokeswoman, said Sunday that the investigation into Reanna Anderson's disappearance continues.
Reader said the town has helped search for Anderson.
"This community has pulled together," she said. "It's amazing."
She would not have gone away without her daughter, Reader said.
"She's just a really strong person. And her daughter is everything to her," Reader said. She'd never go away without talking to her daughter or knowing where she was."