Purposeful Adventures says they found the body of Chielli Rodney, who went missing in California two weeks ago.
Here’s everything you need to know.
Diver finds body of missing girl
On Sunday, the renowned search and rescue diving team Adventures With Purpose reported the discovery of the body of 16-year-old Kiely Rodni in Prosser Lake.
The divers further wrote in a Facebook post that they found her inside a sunken vehicle. They added that she informed her parents and law enforcement of the search.
Their Facebook message read, ‘I just found Kiely Rodni. The car is turned upside down at 14′ of the water. I’ve confirmed that Kiely is inside.’
Adventure With Purpose volunteered for Rodni’s search and hunt a few weeks ago.
Nevertheless, authorities were pressured to explain how they spent over 20,000 hours looking for the child. But the volunteer diving team beat them.
The Placer County Sheriff’s Office said it had appointed seven police officers and seven helicopters for the hunt.
Learn more about Kiely Rodni’s case
Kiely Rodni was last known to have been seen on August 6th. When she disappeared she was attending a party at the Prosser Family Campground. Plus, she was driving a 2013 silver Honda.
Before he disappeared, Rodney sent his mother a message that he would return home in Truckee. She texted around 12:30 a.m. near the campsite reservoir.
Rodni’s family owns the Lost Trail Lodge. It’s a small hotel built on the lot where they live.
More about Purposeful Adventures
Adventure With Purpose, or AWP, is a well-known search and rescue diving team that volunteers to help families find their missing loved ones.
Reportedly, the team has resolved nearly 23 cold disappearances since 2019. It also provides answers to families.
An Instagram page and a Facebook page were also established. There are 126,000 followers on Instagram and 1.4 million people on Facebook.
In addition, in 2018, he started making videos on the official YouTube channel. It currently has about 2.42 million subscribers.
This group shares tons of videos on their YouTube channel. Clips consist of resolved cases, stolen vehicles or firearms. Also, they have previously uploaded videos about underwater treasure hunts and missing boats.