Kassanndra Cantrel was last seen leaving her home in Parkland, Washington at the end of August. Yesterday a body was found by detectives up a hill in Tacoma in the state
The remains of a woman who went missing the day before her first ultrasound has been found, it has been reported.
Kassanndra Cantrell had been missing for close to a month after leaving her Parkland, Washington home.
Yesterday a body was found that had been wrapped up and thrown onto a hill in Tacoma, Washington.
Detectives believe it belongs to the 33-year-old, who was pregnant when she vanished.
Kassanndra’s ex-boyfriend has been arrested following the discovery.
Officers had continued their search for her on Tuesday morning by using GPS data from the ex’s truck, Q13Fox reported.
A search and rescue team were called in to help remove the body from the steep hillside using ropes.
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Cantrell and the ex-boyfriend, who faces murder charges, reportedly dated more than a decade ago.
His home was searched at the end of August and some items were sent off to a lab for tests.
Kassandra was last seen alive leaving her Parkland home on a neighbour’s door camera, the day before she was to meet her best friend for her first ultrasound to determine if she was expecting twins.
Her car was found later that night in a place her mother Marie Smith said she would never normally go.
The mother recalled the last time she spoke to her daughter shortly before she disappeared on August 25.
“She told me to have a good day at work,” she told Kiro7.
“And we did our funny voices. She’s like ‘love you.’
“And I’m like ‘love you.’ And that was it.”
Cantrell’s phone was shut off after that.
Earlier this month, while in search of her daughter, Smith told Q13Fox that “being awake is the nightmare.”
“All I want to do is dream, but I can’t sleep,” she added.