Do you know where Malvika Bala Deshmukh is? (10/22/16) UPDATE (11/2/16)

SATURDAY – OCTOBER 22, 2016

MALVIKA BALA DESHMUKH

FEMALE
AGE – 27
EYES – Brown
HAIR – Black
HEIGHT – 5′ 1″ (61 inches tall)

WEIGHT – 110 pounds

Last seen 9/9/2016 in Bear Lake, Michigan

Her unoccupied vehicle was found parked in a remote area near the North Country Trail (NCT) Trailhead off Rock River Road in Alger County, near Chatham, in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, on 9/14/16.

Current Status: “Malvika Bala Deshmukh, age 27, of Bear Lake, Michigan, was last seen by friends on Friday, September 9, 2016.
On Wednesday, September 14, 2016, she was reported as missing to the Michigan State Police Post in Cadillac, Michigan.
On September 23, 2016, her unoccupied vehicle was found parked in a remote area near the North Country Trail (NCT) Trailhead off Rock River Road in Alger County, near Chatham,  in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
Subsequent searches by the Alger County Sheriff’s Office, Michigan State Police, Michigan Department of Natural Resources, and U.S. Forest Service failed to turn up any sign of Malvika’s whereabouts.

If you know anything about Malvika’s disappearance, contact the Alger County Sheriff’s Office in Munising, Michigan at 906.387.4444 or the Michigan State Police Post in Negaunee Township at 906.475.9922. Thank you.

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This photo/flyer courtesy of The Betsie Current. Thank you.


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Photo/Flyer courtesy of FindTheMissing.org

NEWS  LINKS: 

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UPDATE – WEDNESDAY – TUESDAY – NOVEMBER 2, 2016

It is with heavy hearts we make this announcement.

Malvika Bala Deshmukh, age 27, of Bear Lake Michigan passed away in Alger county.
Malvika was born in Pittsburgh PA on December 9, 1988. She was raised in Midland Michigan. Malvika graduated from Herbert Henry Dow High School in 2006, and with a Computer Science degree from the University of Michigan in 2011. She loved organic farming, growing natural foods, walking and camping in the woods.
She was very happy and energetic person with a plate full of projects.
Malvika is survived by her grandmother Vanmala Motiwale, mother Mina Motiwale of Indore India, parents Bala Deshmukh, and Shubhy Deshmukh of Carlsbad California; sister Awanti Deshmukh Kapoor of Houston Texas; uncles, aunts and cousins in India; and school and college friends in MidMichigan and Ann Arbor area, and a huge network of the friends in farming and Yoga communities in Northern Michigan and Upper Penninsula.
The family will receive relatives and friends at Fassbender Funeral Home at 622 N. Third street Marquette MI 49855, on Sunday November 6, 2016 beginning at 11:00 am until the time of Hindu service at 1:00 pm.
In lieu of flowers, a donation may be made in Malvika’s name to your local Search and Rescue Team.
The Fassbender Funeral Home is serving the family, where condolences may be expressed online at fassbenderfuneralhome.com
Regards,
Bala Deshmukh
Sent from my iPhone

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NEWS LINKS:

1. I HAVE VANISHED (11/1/16)

MI – UPDATE: Body of missing woman found in Alger County | UPMatters.com 

2. UP MATTERS (11/1/16)

UPDATE: Body of missing woman found in Alger County 

3. WNMU-FM 90 (11/1/16)

Body of missing woman found in Alger County 

4. Fass Bender Funeral Home

Malvika Bala Deshmukh (December 9, 1988 – October 29, 2016)

5. UPPER MICHIGAN RESOURCE (11/1/16)

Officials confirm identity of body discovered in Alger County

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