Skeletal remains found in a densly wooded area of Chautauqua County, New York have been identified as those of a young mother who's been missing since 2004.
Yolanda Bindics disappeared in August 2004, after leaving work at the Jamestown Family Dollar store. A day later, her car was found in the parking lot of a nearby fast-food restaurant and soon, her purse, wallet and keys turned up in a storm drain.
On September 10, 2006, two years after Yolanda's disappearance, hunters discovered human remains, which have now been identified as Yolanda Bindics. Police say the remains were identified through dental records, but cause of death has not been determined. Police are now looking at forensic evidence collected at the scene in hopes of identifying a suspect in the young woman's death.