A body reportedly found in a jeep pulled from a Florida pond was that of a woman who had been missing for more than three weeks.
Police are looking for 50-year-old Stephanie Hollingsworth from Belle Isle, confirmed that Chevy Tahoe, pulled out of the water on Saturday night, belonged to her, Fox 35 Orlando reported.
Her family was with searchers on Saturday afternoon when they found the sunken Tahoe with the help of a drone, the station reported.
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Police then called a diving team, which found a body in the vehicle, according to the station.
Family friend Larry Miles said at the station in a statement that Hollingsworth’s husband and children were “devastated today, just as they had been for three weeks.”
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“Today brought a closure so that everyone can mourn now,” he said.
Hollingsworth was last seen on September 25, withdrawing $ 20 in cash from an ATM at a bank.
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Her disappearance was invested by the Belle Isle Police Department, which reported that she was suffering from some mental illness and needed care.