It's been over five years since 18-year-old Natalee Holloway disappeared while on a high school graduation trip to Aruba
The results of the forensic analysis on a jawbone found this month in Aruba will be announced on Tuesday, potentially providing the first piece of concrete evidence in the death of missing American teenager Natalee Holloway.
Ann Angela, a spokeswoman for the Aruba Prosecutor's Office, told Fox News she did not have results of the analysis early Monday. Aruba Solicitor General Taco Stein will make a statement following the announcement, she said.
Dutch forensic experts have been comparing the bone to Holloway's dental records since it was found on the island on Nov. 12. Holloway disappeared during a high school trip to Aruba in 2005 and her remains have never been found, despite extensive police searches. If the bone turns out to be from the missing teen, it would be the first concrete evidence of her death.
Dutchman Joran van der Sloot, who faces separate murder charges in Peru, is the last person seen with Holloway and is suspected in her disappearance.