Skeletal remains of a missing traveler have been found near the Nevada Mountain Road.
Jawahar Hezzi, 26, was located near Black Mountain in Henderson on 6 September.
Coroners have not disclosed the manner of the hiker or the cause of death.
Jawahar’s family reported his disappearance on 26 December – after three days of no trace of him, Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Police found his car near a building site near Shedd Canyon.
The hiker’s keys were on the hood while his phone and wallet were inside the vehicle.
CCTV footage shows that the 26-year-old was last seen walking along the Armagosa Trail on December 23.
Jawahar’s mother refused to name, told Fox5 that a climber discovered his daughter’s skull, before the rest of her remains were found.
Victim’s mother alleges Las Vegas The police are not doing their job.
She said: “If they searched and did their job, they should have found my daughter – probably alive.”
The mother claimed that the police told her family that they discovered the mountain ranges with K9s.
The family hired a private investigator and deployed travelers in a desperate bid to find Jawahar.
According to the news-journal, Jawahar’s sister Maryam Hezzi posted the appeal on her Instagram profile and the family offered a $5,000 reward to anyone who found the 26-year-old.
‘doesn’t feel right’
Hiker’s sister Rauda Hagi told KLAS: “I don’t get it right that she got where we were looking.
“I think someone did something and brought it back, but it’s like so many different scenarios. We don’t know what happened.”
The family members considered Jawahar as the “second mother” as she was the second eldest child.
Police said a cause of death would be released by the Clark County Coroner’s Office.
Henderson Police will continue their investigation but the Las Vegas Police Department’s missing search operation has come to an end.
Jawahar’s case is not the only investigation shrouded in mystery.
the police are still trying set up conditions Behind the mysterious deaths of a software engineer, his wife and their daughter.
Britt Jonathan Gerrish, 45, Ellen Chung, and Muji, one, were discovered by crews in an area in California’s Sierra National Forest on August 17.
Police denied murder and said there were no signs of trauma.
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department has been contacted for comment.