A Michigan woman who vanished under distressing circumstances in October was found dead Monday. Adrienne Quintal, 47, disappeared after making a frantic call to a friend from a family cabin at night, saying that she was in danger.

The body was found in a small body of water near the cabin in Honor, Michigan, which is roughly 250 miles northwest of Quintal’s home in Detroit. Officials from the Benzie County Sheriff’s Department said that tattoos and scars were used to confirm that the body, found in a pond that had to be drained.

At this time, police do not believe there are any signs of foul play. An autopsy is being conducted to find the cause of death.

Quintal called a friend at 2:45 a.m. on Oct. 17, just before going missing. When police arrived at her cabin, they found no signs of her, aside from a car, cell phone, keys, and purse that were left behind. Quintal had been visiting the cabin with her boyfriend, who had left for work on Oct. 16.

Quintal's boyfriend was interviewed by the police. There have been no reports that her boyfriend is a suspect.

The initial ground search for Quintal proved difficult, due to the swampy terrain around the cabin. Drones and search dogs were eventually brought in to bolster the search effort. Authorities also interviewed family and friends to get a sense of any life events that may have contributed to Quintal’s untimely death.

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