A Georgia mother who went missing in July after a Fourth of July party was reportedly found dead in her car Tuesday.
Natalie Jones, 27, disappeared after she attended a party in Jackson’s Gap, Ala., a little over an hour away from her home in Corinth, Ga.
After months of investigating, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation announced it had found Jones’ bright pink Chevrolet Cavalier with a body inside that had not yet been identified, FOX 5 in Atlanta reported.
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Neighbors said the car hadn’t been there on Monday, according to FOX 5.
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Jones had left the party late on July 4 and texted a friend, “I made it, thanks,” according to People magazine. Officials said she had