Minas Khacheryan, who went lacking late final week together with his brother throughout a fishing journey, was discovered useless on Monday.
The 86-year-old joined his brother Grigor Khacheryan, 78, on a fishing journey, however on Friday the 2 aged brothers went lacking. Authorities say that it’s attainable that the brothers fell into the water whereas fishing, reported KTLA.
In line with a press launch from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Division, the authorities discovered Minas’ physique beneath a bridge in Lancaster, California, roughly 60 miles north of Los Angeles.
Minas’ explanation for loss of life continues to be pending, and right now the sheriff’s workplace claimed that no foul play is suspected.
Grigor has but to be positioned. The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Division confirmed with PEOPLE Wednesday that the seek for Grigor, which resumed Tuesday morning, continues to be ongoing.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Murder Bureau and the Sheriff’s Emergency Providers Element are working collectively to find Grigor. The search has been aided by two dozen divers use of sonar expertise and the aqueduct water stream can be managed to facilitate the search, the division mentioned within the press launch.
The sheriff’s workplace additionally shared the lacking stories for the brothers by way of Fb on Saturday.
Grigor was final seen together with his late brother at 8 a.m. PST on the 1000 block of East Chevy Chase Drive in Glendale earlier than heading to the aqueduct, police mentioned.
Grigor is in danger because of his current open coronary heart surgical procedure, the sheriff’s workplace famous on Fb. He’s described by authorities as being 5-feet-5 inches tall, 140 lbs., with brown eyes and quick, balding gray hair.
Following their disappearance, Sgt. Michael Rodriguez of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Division Murder Lacking Individuals Bureau instructed NBC 4 that the aqueduct’s present pace could have taken the 2 males’s our bodies miles away from the place authorities had been looking.
Anybody with details about this incident is inspired to contact the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Division’s Lacking Individuals Unit at (323) 890-5500.