Two women hikers who were found dead on Mt. Tamalpais trails in April died of accidental causes, not foul play, the Marin County coroner’s office said Tuesday.
The Marin County coroner’s office said on Monday foul play is not suspected at this time in the death of Marie Christine Sanner, the Mill Valley woman who was found dead on Mount Tamalpais on Thursday.
A second hiker recently found dead on Mount Tamalpais has been identified as 50-year-old Marie Sanner of Mill Valley, a spokesman for the Marin County Sheriff’s Office said Friday.
An autopsy on Magdalena Glinkowski, the Menlo Park woman who was found dead in Mt. Tamalpais State Park on Saturday, showed no obvious signs of trauma, Marin County sheriff’s officials said Tuesday afternoon.
Authorities in Marin say a body found Saturday morning on Mount Tamalpais is that of a woman who disappeared two weeks ago.
A body was found on the slopes of Mount Tamalpais Saturday morning, near where a missing Menlo Park woman was last seen in March.
With no new evidence or leads as to the location of a missing Menlo Park woman believed to have been hiking on Mt. Tamalpais, search and rescue crews have suspended a widespread search for her, a Marin County sheriff’s lieutenant said Monday.
A large-scale search for a 33-year-old Menlo Park woman last seen on Mount Tamalpais in Marin County continues for the second day in a row Sunday.