Remains found in search for woman missing after fighting with friends at Airbnb

Human remains have reportedly been found during the search for a missing 30-year-old woman who disappeared after an argument with friends at an Airbnb.

Lauren Cho was reported missing after last being seen in California's Yucca Valley on June 28.

She was last seen in a yellow shirt and jean shorts and has several tattoos including a "mushroom" on her lower leg/ankle; a "lamb" on her shoulder; "No Face," on her inner arm, above the elbow; "Ten Commandments" and a "Medusa" on her thigh.

It was believed Cho reportedly walked away from her Airbnb rental on the Benmar Trail in Yucca Valley around 5pm, a half hour drive away from Palm Beach.

San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department spokesperson, Mara Rodriguez, told Inside Edition that Cho walked out of the accommodation where she was staying with friends after she became "upset" over an unspecified issue.

Her ex-boyfriend Cody Orell, allegedly the last person to allegedly have seen Lauren, said she wanted to "taste freedom", joining him on his tour bus.

According to the Sun, sheriff's reports say Orell placed the call that she went missing at 5.13pm that day indicating that she might have been in "mental distress."

Search efforts failed to locate her in July, with planes and police dogs taking part in aerial and ground sweeps without any finds, the Independent reports.

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However, the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department, which is assisting the Morongo Basin Sheriff’s Department in the search, have now confirmed human remains were found during the search in the open desert of Yucca Valley on Saturday.

The body has been transported to the San Bernardino County Coroner’s Division for examination but the identification process could take weeks.

No further information will be released until the identity of the remains is confirmed.

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