ONEIDA COUNTY, Idaho — Law enforcement found the body of a missing Utah woman inside a car that was submerged in an Idaho reservoir.

Kay Prince Vest, 80, has been missing since early April when a Silver Alert was sent by West Bountiful Police Department.

Deputies with Oneida County Sheriff’s Office said they found Vest’s car submerged in Weston Reservoir on Thursday. The lake is along Deep Creek Road, US-36, west of Dayton.

Deputies report that once they got the car out of the reservoir, they found a body inside. Based on items inside the car and the physical description of Vest, deputies concluded the deceased to be Vest.

Officials said there were no signs of foul play at this point in the investigation.

The West Bountiful Police Department said in a statement, “Our thoughts and heartfelt condolences are with the family and friends of Kay during this tragic time.”

Police said the investigation is ongoing as West Bountiful police and Oneida County Sheriff’s deputies work together.

According to the Idaho State Police, Vest left her home in West Bountiful at approximately 2 p.m. April 8. She was last seen on April 9 around 4:30 p.m. along Highway-91, near Downey, Idaho.

Police report, Vest told a passerby that she was trying to get back to her home but didn’t want to drive on Interstate-15. She appeared to be acting confused and upset.

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