A pregnant woman who was reported missing earlier in February was found dead in a national forest in Minnesota.
Kara Blevins, 27, was last seen on Feb. 2 and was reported missing three days later.
She was last spotted in the Akeley area, southwest of Walker.
But officers from the Cass County Sheriff’s Office said that Blevins was found dead over the weekend in Chippewa National Forest, which is in rural Akeley, reported CBS.
The body was taken to the Ramsey County Medical Examiner’s Office for an autopsy.
Authorities said that they were concerned about Blevins because temperatures were below freezing when she went missing.
Exacerbating the situation, Blevins also did not have a phone, car, money, or extra clothing, reported the Minneapolis Star-Tribune.
Authorities said they’re investigating the situation but did not disclose any details of that investigation.
The case is a joint effort by the Cass County Sheriff’s Office, Hubbard County Sheriff’s Office, Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, Akeley Police Department and the Minnesota State Patrol, according to KTSP.
According to Blevin’s Facebook page, in addition to being pregnant, she had two girls.
“I am a single mother of 2 beautiful little girls whom I love to the moon and back,” the page’s description states.
Her last post was on Jan. 26.