PARACHUTE, Colo. (CBS4)– Human remains found along the Colorado River have been identified as that of a young woman who went missing in 2005.

The remains were discovered on Friday four miles east of Battlement Mesa along County Road 309 near Parachute.

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The DNA results from the Colorado Bureau of Investigation have identified those remains as that of Mary Comisky who disappeared in December 2005.

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A few days later her jacket was found on top of a fresh pile of snow near the area where the remains were found.

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The Garfield County Sheriff’s Office hasn’t commented on whether there will be a criminal investigation or if the circumstances surrounding her death are being considered suspicious.