Police investigating the abduction case of northern California mother Sherri Papini found inconsistency in her story about the day she went missing. The news came as the FBI released the sketch of two alleged kidnappers described by Papini.

Papini disappeared on Nov. 2, 2016, while out jogging near her home in Redding, California. The 34-year-old was found heavily battered on Thanksgiving morning last year after being spotted by a motorist on Interstate 5 in Woodland, California, more than 150 miles from her home. Papini told police that two Hispanic women — one with curly hair, and the other with straight hair — who had covered their faces and spoke mostly Spanish, had abducted her.

However, on Wednesday police said the details given by Papini did not add up. Authorities found that the California mom had male DNA on her clothes when she was picked up by cops, despite her claims that she was kidnapped by two women. They later discovered that an incident Papini told cops about her fighting back against one of her captors apparently never happened.

"When she was being processed at the hospital … no evidence of a cut was seen in the photographs," Sgt. Brian Jackson told the Record Searchlight newspaper in Redding, where Papini lives.

Police officials said Wednesday that the male DNA that was found on Papini was located on her clothes — and didn’t belong to her husband, Keith Papini. Female DNA was also discovered on her body but it failed to show up on the FBI’s criminal database.

Despite the sketches being released of the two suspects, no one has so far been able to identify the women.

"Once the sketches were finalized, detectives and investigators reviewed the sketches and compared the sketches with known witnesses or contacts identified during the investigation to see if the sketches matched any known parties," Jackson said. "No matches were made with case file information."

The FBI is also offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to their identification.

Authorities said that the sketches were made after Papini recovered to a position to give accurate details about her alleged abductors. 

Papini had told investigators that she had not been sexually assaulted and "there is no physical evidence to indicate otherwise," a sheriff’s office press release obtained by People magazine states.

According to the release, Papini stated that the suspects "made efforts to conceal their identities with face coverings."

While the investigation into Papini's kidnapping continues, the sheriff’s office said in the release that during Papini’s disappearance they looked into whether her disappearance was "voluntary or involuntary." Over 20 search warrants were issued to determine her whereabouts. 

Investigators had also found that Papini had been texting an unidentified male acquaintance from Michigan.

"Days prior to Sherri’s disappearance, Sherri and the male acquaintance texted each in an attempt to meet while he was in California," the release states. "Sheriff’s Office detectives interviewed him in Michigan and determined he was not involved in Sherri’s disappearance."