Additional information has surfaced in the search for a Michigan woman who went missing from her family’s cabin Thursday.

Adrienne Quintal, 47, was reportedly staying at her family’s cabin in Honor, Michigan, when she disappeared early Thursday morning. The Benzie County Sheriff’s Office has reported that Quintal called a friend in the Detroit's northern suburb of Warren for help around 2:45 a.m. asking for help, though it wasn’t specified why. Quintal’s friend then called the sheriff’s office about the call and quickly dispatched officers.

The deputies arrived at the cabin alongside Michigan State Police around 3 a.m. and found her car, purs, and phone. However, officers and K-9 units found no sign of Quintal.

“The Sheriff’s Office and The Michigan State Police conducted a K-9 track and ground search of the area, without success,” the Benzie County Sheriff’s Office wrote on a Facebook post. They also noted signs of possible “foul play” on the premises as officers conducted their search.

“We had state police and the dog searching all through that morning,” Quintal’s son Nick White told Detroit FOX affiliate WJBK. “The next day we had a search party come out. My family and I also did a search as well.”

White also told WJBK that Quintal had traveled to the cabin with her boyfriend to prepare it for the rest of the family ahead of hunting season. He then returned to their home in Southfield, Michigan, two days before Quintal disappeared.

As previously reported, it is unclear to police whether she left voluntarily or if she's in danger.

Quintal hasn’t been seen or heard from since her disappearance and police are asking for anyone with information to come forward to aid in their search.

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