A dismembered body found at a Hayward warehouse Saturday could belong to a missing Uber driver from San Francisco, the San Francisco Police Department confirmed Sunday. Missing Uber driver's vehicle found stripped in San Francisco's BayviewOn Saturday, workers at a Hayward warehouse found human remains inside.
The warehouse where the body was found is connected (though police did not state how) to Tang.
A grim discovery was made over the weekend in Hayward casting greater suspicion on a man named Bob Tang, the person of interest in the May disappearance of 48-year-old Uber driver and married father of two, Piseth Chhay.
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The San Francisco Medical Examiner's Office arrived at the scene and took custody of several bags with the remains inside them.
Chhay has been missing since May 14; his stripped auto was discovered on May 20 on Davidson Avenue in the Bayview, but his work is not believed to be related to his disappearance. Due to the condition of the remains, investigators will use DNA testing to help identify the body, police said. Chhay's family agreed to provide DNA samples to police. His auto was found just about a day later in an SFO parking garage, and it is believed that he fled to his native Cambodia.
Investigators located a vehicle belonging to Tang, who is also known as Bob Tov, at San Francisco International Airport on May 25th.
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"We knew his friend owns apartment buildings", Chhay's cousin Sovanarath Chi told KTVU.
SFPD investigators are working with federal law enforcement to locate Tang, who is believed to have fled to Cambodia.
San Francisco-based Tang is a person of interest in the case.
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