The Monroe County Rescue Squad divers have located the vehicle in the water.
No body has been found within the car as of yet.
Divers are working to fully pull the vehicle out of the water.
District Attorney Spence Walker did confirmed to our crew on the scene that this is the 2006 black Chevrolet Cobalt with tinted windows belonging to missing Washington County woman, Anita Boman.
36-year-old Anita Boman was last seen on Sunday, February the 26th.
Sherrif Norris told News 5 that the car shows no signs of foul play, and that her purse and keys are still inside the vehicle.
We will continue to update, as more information becomes available.
Jackson, AL – News 5 is learning that Clarke County District Attorney Spence Walker and Clarke County Sheriff Ray Norris are on the scene of Gainestown landing.
There is an ongoing investigation for missing person Anita Boman in Washington County.
The Monroe County Rescue Squad which is also a dive team have sent divers into about 14 ft deep water to retrieve a vehicle believed to be similar to Boman’s vehicle.
Divers are working to get an accurate description of the license plate before saying if this vehicle is in connection with the missing person case out of Washington County.
We have crews headed to the scene now and will update you as more information becomes available.
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