A woman whose body was found in Marin County has been identified as a 31-year-old Pleasanton resident whose father is a retired Hayward police officer.
Trisha Hopfe, whose body was found near Olema on Thursday, had apparently died within the past few days, said Marin County Sheriff's Office Lt. Jamie Scardina. She was identified through fingerprints.
The autopsy was performed Friday, but no preliminary findings were released, and toxicology results are pending.
Scardina said Hopfe showed signs of injury, but he did not elaborate. He confirmed that Hopfe was not a gunshot victim.
Hopfe, whose prior residences included Hayward and San Ramon, had not been reported missing.
A hiker found the body Thursday morning off Sir Francis Drake Boulevard, just east of Platform Bridge Road. The site is within the Point Reyes National Seashore, and park officials asked the Sheriff's Office to investigate her death.
"We're trying to retrace how she ended up out here," Scardina said.
The Sheriff's Office said it has no suspect or suspect description.
Hopfe's survivors include her parents, two sisters, a brother and two children, sources said. Her father, Michael, was a longtime police officer who retired in 2008.
According to Hopfe's Facebook page and other sources, she attended Amador Valley High School in Pleasanton and then Village High School, an alternative school in Pleasanton.
Anyone with information that could help the investigation is asked to call the Sheriff's Office at 415-473-7265.
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