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Published On: Mon, Oct 14th, 2013

Missing Michigan woman, Catherine Davis, found dead in forest, no foul play suspected

A woman who was reported missing due to medical issues was found dead in a federal forest area, according to the Kent County Sheriff’s Department.

Catherine Jane Davis

Catherine Jane Davis

A hunter spotted Catherine Jane Davis’ vehicle, a dark blue Jeep Grand Cherokee, in a federal forest area in Wexford County on Sunday.

Sheriff’s officials then located her body, according to a news release.

One report claims that Davis’ body was inside her SUV.

Authorities said foul play is not a factor in her death.

Family members were concerned for the Davis, age 53, from Caledonia Township after she was not seen or heard from since 9:30 p.m. Oct. 8.

Relatives told police then that she may be confused or despondent because of some medical issues.

No other information has been released.

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Here’s the original press release:

The Kent County Sheriff Department is investigating a missing person complaint. Family

members of Catherine Jane Davis a 53 year old Caledonia Township resident reported she has

not been seen or heard from since October 8th, 2013 around 9:30PM.

Family members are concerned for Davis’ well being. She may be confused or despondent

because of some medical issues.

Davis has been described by family members as being 5’02”, 125 pounds, and blonde hair with

brown eyes. Family members were uncertain what clothing she was wearing at the time of her

disappearance, but she should be driving a dark blue, Jeep Grand Cherokee with grey bumpers

with license plate CFH 2202

Anyone with information on Catherine Davis’ whereabouts is asked to contact the Kent County

Sheriff’s Department at (616) 632-6100.

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- Catherine "Kaye" Wonderhouse, a proud descendant of the Wunderhaus family is the Colorado Correspondent who will add more coverage, interviews and reports from this midwest area.

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