The body of a toddler reportedly abducted Saturday in Pennsylvania was found by police Tuesday.

The body of 23-month-old Nalani Johnson was located Tuesday night by police who conducted a search of Pine Ridge Park near Blairsville, Pennsylvania. It had been reported that the alleged abductor’s car had been seen near a golf resort nearby, prompting a police search of the area.

A cause of death has not been identified and investigators are waiting to see autopsy results before providing additional information. The autopsy is scheduled later on Wednesday.

“Until we have some more information regarding the cause and manner of death, we really can't give you much at this point,” Indiana County District Attorney Patrick Dougherty told reporters Tuesday.

Johnson was originally abducted Saturday after being driven home with her father, Paul Johnson, and Sharena Nancy, who works as a driver for Uber and Lyft. After driving them home, Johnson and Nancy reportedly got into an argument that culminated with Nancy driving off with the toddler still in the car.

It has since come out that the elder Johnson and Nancy were beginning an “intermittent romantic relationship,” according to Allegheny County Police Superintendent Coleman McDonough. The pair had been interacting on social media for several months before they began meeting in person more recently.

Early reports of the abduction had only indicated that Nancy was a rideshare driver with no clear connection to Johnson. Nancy had also accused Johnson of paying her $10,000 to bring the toddler to a woman in a silver SUV for a handoff, though McDonough has said investigators haven’t been able to corroborate Nancy’s story.

Nancy is being held in Allegheny County Jail without bail ahead of her first hearing on Sept. 16.

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