OH police locate body of missing Indianapolis woman

Posted March 06, 2017

A report via the Indy Star cited Police Lt. Matt Harris saying the passenger door was left open, with Watt's cellphone and purse still inside.

WTTV reports that Watts' cellphone and purse were retrieved inside the auto and that the passenger side door was open.

BREAKING: Body of Jacqueline Watts has been located.

Perhaps not coincidentally, the discovery of Watts's body Saturday morning was along a stretch less than two hours drove from where Carroll County teens, Abigail Williams and Liberty German were found dead last month.

Watts had been reported missing by her family Friday night, after she failed to return home, Harris said. The auto was running with the flashers on, but she was not located. She wrote that Watts and her husband had planned to fly to Washington, D.C. right before she went missing. Columbus Police responded to the 2300 block of Riverside Drive for a report of an abandoned vehicle that still had its engine running.

Police said they are unsure of when an autopsy will be completed but said her death is "suspicious".

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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.

The teen had also managed to snap a photo of a man, who authorities announced as a suspect at the end of February.

Their killer has still not been found. Her cause of death will not be officially known until the results of her autopsy, scheduled for Monday, are released.

Investigators say Jackie Watts, 33, was last seen after stopping at her parent's house.

Watts is described as 5 feet 6 inches tall and 110 pounds with blonde hair and brown eyes and was last seen wearing black stretch trousers and a gray shirt.