Body found in Calif. reservoir is that of missing Kiely Rodni

The body found in Prosser Reservoir over the weekend was confirmed Tuesday as that of Kiely Rodni, a 16-year-old girl who went missing in early August after she was last seen at a party near Truckee, California, according to authorities.

The Nevada County Sheriff-Coroner’s Office identified the body as Kiely’s, according to a post from the Placer County Sheriff’s Office, adding that they “are in communication with Kiely’s family and offer them our deepest condolences at this extremely difficult time.”

The investigation is ongoing and no further information was available as of Tuesday afternoon, the sheriff’s office said.

A vehicle matching the description of Kiely’s 2013 Honda CRV was found Sunday by a dive team in Prosser Lake with a deceased person inside, about five miles from where Kiely was last sighted, Sheriff Shannon Moon testified Nevada County in a news conference.

“Last night we received some information regarding the recovery of a vehicle we were looking for and it was in Prosser Lake,” Moon said. “It was within a search zone that we had been searching since the beginning of our operation.”

Adventures With Purpose, the Oregon dive team that found the vehicle, announced on Facebook around 2:30 p.m. Sunday, “WE JUST FOUND KIELY RODNI… The car is upside down in just 14 feet of water. We have CONFIRMED Kiely is inside.”

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