Two People Who Took BYU Student's Bike Want to Attend Funeral

Two People Who Took BYU Student's Bike Want to Attend Funeral

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PROVO, Utah (AP) -- The two people who took a BYU student's bike have apologized to the family and plan to attend her funeral.

Camille Cleverley's parents have forgiven Ben Marks and Patricia Madsen. And they told them they can attend the funeral Saturday in Boise, Idaho. That's according to their attorney and a Cleverley family spokesman.

Cleverley's body was discovered Sunday in Provo Canyon. Police believe she fell while hiking.

Marks and Madsen took her bike a few days after she disappeared, believing it had been abandoned at a rack at Bridal Veil Falls.

They turned in the bike after learning it probably belonged to Cleverley. It was a big break that allowed police to focus their search on Provo Canyon.

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