The search continues for a Michigan woman who vanished from a remote cabin just minutes after calling someone for help.
On Saturday, the Benzie County Sheriff’s Office, Benzie County Office of Emergency Management and area Community Emergency Response Team scoured the area surrounding the cabin where Adrienne Quintal had been staying when she disappeared, but found no trace of the missing 47-year-old.
“The search did not turn up any new evidence supporting any theories around the recent disappearance of Adrienne,” the sheriff’s office said in a statement.
The sheriff’s office and Michigan State Police are now continuing to follow up on leads and tips in the case and are also conducting “further interviews of witnesses.”
Quintal disappeared in the early morning hours on Thursday after she placed a call to a “third party” in Warren asking for help around 2:45 a.m. That person then called the sheriff’s office, who arrived just 13 minutes later at 2:58 a.m., along with Michigan State Police, at the cabin where Quintal had been staying, but there was no sign of her.
Authorities have said they did find “evidence of possible foul play” at the cabin; Quintal’s purse, cell phone and vehicle were all left behind.
Quintal had reportedly driven from her home in Warren to the family cabin in Honor three weeks ago to visit her boyfriend, local station WWTV reports.
Her boyfriend, who has not been publicly named, reportedly left the area on Oct. 15.
Quintal, who goes by the name “Ada,” is described as a white female with long brown hair and brown eyes. She is approximately 5’7” and weighs 125 pounds.
Anyone with information about the case is urged to contact authorities.
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