Missing Indianapolis Woman Found Dead a Few Miles Away From Where Two Girls Where Found Dead

Police Saturday morning found the body of a missing Indianapolis woman on a sandbar near Flatrock River, less than a two-hour drive from where a pair of teens were found dead last month.

Jacqueline Watts, 33, was reported missing Friday just after authorities found her car still running with the emergency blinkers on around 4:30 p.m., Police Lt. Matt Harris told the Indy Star. The passenger door was left open, her cellphone and purse still inside.

Her sister-in-law, Jenn Watts Barrie, begged for the community’s help on Facebook Friday, explaining Watts and her husband had been planning to fly to Washington, D.C., before she disappeared.

“She dropped their dogs off at my parents’ house and rabbit off at her parents’ house and no one heard from her afterward,” Barrie wrote.

The 33-year-old never made it home to meet her husband for their trip. After less than a day of searching, authorities found the missing woman about a half-mile from her abandoned car in Columbus.

Police have not classified her death as a homicide, though they did say the circumstances surrounding her disappearance were “suspicious,” WRTV reported.

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Source: New York Daily News