On Tuesday, the body of 23-year-old Anitra Gunn was located. Following her disappearance on Valentine's Day, police began investigating her whereabouts. 

According to USA Today, the Fort Valley State University student's body was discovered partially covered with tree limbs "as if someone tried to hide it." Police also recovered the front bumper of her car alongside her body, which they had been searching for since finding her damaged vehicle. As stated by AJC.com, both Gunn and the bumper were found "150 feet off a two-lane Crawford County road."

As for how law enforcement was able to locate both Gunn and the detached bumper, officials stated that shrubbery that was found in the front grill of the car helped them narrow the scope and focus on neighboring counties. According to People, poor weather had forced the task force to scrap the planned aerial search and instead take to the ground, which helped them locate the college student's body. 

Following the discovery, Gunn's boyfriend, Demarcus Little, was arrested and charged with criminal damage to property pertaining to a Feb. 5 incident. At that time, he reportedly "smashed Gunn's apartment windows and slashed her car tires." 

"I think it’s pretty common sense who our person of interest is," Peach County Sheriff Terry Deese said on Tuesday during a news conference, adding, "It’s the boyfriend. We’ve talked to him three times." 

At this time, Fort Valley police have not charged Little with her murder, but they have indicated that other charges could be forthcoming. An autopsy is planned that will likely shed some light on her cause of death, but at this time it has not been released when that will take place. 

Police Car In this photo, police cars sit on Main Street in Dallas, Texas, on July 7, 2016. Photo: Laura Buckman/AFP/Getty Images