Rapid City Golf Course Remains Identified

RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) – South Dakota authorities have identified the human remains found last week near a creek on a golf course in Rapid City.

Dental records were used to confirm that the remains are those of Malinda Ader, who was 35 when she disappeared in 2015. Family told police that Ader had a history of mental illness and drug abuse.

A grounds keeper at the Rapid City Elks Golf Course discovered a human skull on March 31, triggering a search of the grounds by police who located most of the rest of a complete skeleton.

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