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DENVER -- Lea Porter was killed two years ago. One of her Facebook friends later confessed to murdering her. But her remains are still missing.

The 19-year-old had dropped out of college, broken up with her boyfriend and left Trinidad to move to Denver to make a fresh start.

Instead, she met a horrible death.

When she went missing, her brother Maxx went on his mission to find out what happened to her, which included confronting the last man to see her alive.

Investigative Reporter Heidi Hemmat has more in her video report.

Her story is part of an in-depth 20-minute report that aired on "Crime Watch Daily," which airs weekdays at 2 p.m. on FOX31 Denver.

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The family also has a GoFundMe account for anyone who wants to help in the efforts to find Porter's remains.

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