Warehouse body could be missing Uber driver

Police discovered human remains Saturday morning in Hayward that may be that of a missing San Francisco Uber driver, police said Sunday.

Police and Alameda County sheriff’s deputies went to a warehouse in Hayward at 10 a.m. following a discovery by workers there of what appeared to be human remains.

Sheriff’s K-9s searched the warehouse and alerted investigators to the presence of possible human remains.

Then staff from the San Francisco medical examiner’s office arrived took out several bags of body parts.

Police said they do not know the identity of the person found in the warehouse. The condition of the remains means that DNA will have to be used to identify the person.

The warehouse is connected to a man, Bob Tang, who is a person of interest in the disappearance of San Francisco Uber driver Piseth Chhay.

Chhay has not been seen since May 14, according to police.

Tang is also missing and may have fled the U.S. to Cambodia. Tang’s car was found May 25 at a parking lot at San Francisco International Airport. Tang was last seen by his wife on May 22 and reported missing May 24.

Police said Tang and Chhay are family acquaintances. Police are working with federal law enforcement officials to find Tang. Tang is thought to be the last person to see Chhay.