Remains of missing SF Uber driver may have been found in Hayward warehouse

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ByLisa Amin Gulezian KGO logo
Monday, June 26, 2017
Wife of missing SF man holding out hope after grim E. Bay discovery
The family of missing San Francisco man Piseth Chhay confirmed they got a call from San Francisco police detectives Sunday to say human remains were found in an East Bay warehouse.

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The family of a missing San Francisco Uber driver was notified that his remains may have been found.

Family and friends have been searching desperately to find missing San Francisco father and husband Piseth Chhay.

Police say investigators along with a canine unit responded to a warehouse in Hayward after workers located what appeared to be human remains.

The warehouse is connected to Bob Tang, who is a missing person and a person of interest in Chhay's disappearance. Tang is believed to have fled the country to Cambodia.

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The family of a missing Uber driver missing for a week and a half is not giving up hope that he'll be found. Police so far aren't talking about the case, except to say they're serving search warrants.

The family told ABC7 News that police requested a DNA sample to compare with the remains.

He disappeared on Mother's Day. His car was found stripped in the Bayview, but beyond that, there was little for the family to go on.

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You can reach the San Francisco police at (415) 553-0123.