Police said Jacqueline Watts' body was found on a sandbar in the Flat Rock River around 8:30 a.m.
WTTV reports that Watts' cellphone and purse were retrieved inside the vehicle and that the passenger side door was open.
When it appeared like foul play had been involved in Watts' disappearance, Jenn Watts Barrie, her sister-in-law, took to Facebook to request her community's help in locating Jacqueline Watts.
IN authorities are investigating the death of a Indianapolis woman after her body was found on a sandbar in a river, PEOPLE confirms.
Authorities were called when she didn't come home Friday night. According to the police documents, the woman was reported missing on Friday, after failing to meet up with her husband with whom she planned to fly to Washington D.C.More news: Jewish cemetery vandalized in New York State
She had been in the area to drop off her pets with a relative, Harris told reporters. Columbus Police responded to the 2300 block of Riverside Drive for a report of an abandoned auto that still had its engine running.
Police are not classifying the death a homicide, and Harris declined to comment on the possible cause of death.
The bodies of 13-year-olds Liberty German and Abigail Williams were found near a creek in northern in after they had been reported missing on Monday February 13, 2017. No suspects have been announced in this case. Not releasing the manner of death of 33 y/o Jacqueline Watts.
For the time being, the investigators are not sure about how Watts died and are waiting for the coroner's report which is due on Monday. Last seen wearing black trousers and gray shirt.