Columbus Police responded to the 2300 block of Riverside Drive for a report of an abandoned vehicle that still had its engine running.
While police declined to classify the missing woman's death as a homicide, a report via WRTV cited police saying the circumstances surrounding Watt's impromptu disappearance as 'suspicious'. Family says Jacqueline's cell phone and purse were found inside and the passenger side door was open. Authorities were contacted when she didn't come home. Lt. Harris says officers are searching the area with K-9's where her vehicle was found and ask that you avoid the area. The auto turned out to be Watts' missing vehicle. According to CBS News, the police used a K-9 unit to assist them in the search for Watts.
The Indianapolis law enforcement officers that the search for the missing Jacqueline Watts has ended, after the woman's body, has been retrieved from a sandbar located near the Flatrock River.
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Authorities indicated that Watts was dropping off pets at a relatives' house and hadn't been heard from since.
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.
Police said Jacqueline Watts' body was found on a sandbar in the Flat Rock River around 8:30 a.m.
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Harris would not comment on whether police believe foul play was involved, citing the ongoing investigation.
Harris said he would wait to address Watts' cause of death until her autopsy - tentatively scheduled for Monday - has been completed.
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