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Amanda Lynn Webster, 44, an art teacher at Thompson Crossing Elementary School in Indianapolis, was reported missing Wednesday by her Airbnb host, Fox 59 reported. The homeowner realized that Webster “did not leave the house as agreed and left her belongings and a rental car on the property,” according to an English translation of a local police statement on Facebook. On Friday, Police Commissioner Antonio López Figueroa activated an “Ashanti Alert” asking people to help search for the woman, who had last been seen at the Casa Parcha guesthouse near El Yunque National Park in Naguabo. . Authorities said Saturday they made the gruesome discovery of a body, which they did not immediately identify. “A lifeless body, which could be that of a woman, was found this morning in the river in the Río Blanco neighborhood of the Camino Viejo Sector of Naguabo,” the police said in a statement. “The body was found face down floating in a rocky area of the river, so the Police CIC team, together with the Prosecutor’s Office and personnel from the Forensic Institute, are working on the extraction and identification process,” the police said.
Amanda Lynn Webster was 44 years old.
Body found face-down in a river in search for missing Indiana teacher
At this time it is not possible to identify the gender of the body or conclude whether it shows signs of violence,” the statement added. But sources close to Webster’s family told Fox 59 that the person found was Webster. “I’m happy that she was found and that her family, her students, the community and all her friends can have some kind of closure even though it’s pretty momentous,” Webster’s good friend Sharon Rickson told WTHR. “There are hundreds, if not thousands, of lives that she directly affected. “A lot of people are going to feel this loss.” Webster also worked with special education students in Franklin Township schools. “She was a great force. She was such a positive force. You would feel her presence and the warmth of her immediately. She gave the best hugs,” Rickson told the outlet.
“She was unique, carefree, she never met a stranger and she had an absolutely beautiful radiant personality. “We are really going to miss her,” she added. Webster’s mother, Pamela, posted a heartfelt message to her daughter online last month before she disappeared. “Amanda Webster, my beautiful daughter. I didn’t know her daughter’s day existed. Sorry I missed it, but every day is daughter’s day in my life since the day she was born. “I love you to the moon and back forever and ever,” she wrote. “Awww thanks mom! I love you too!! I also didn’t know Daughter’s Day existed, but I’ll take it haha,” Webster replied. On Saturday, the grieving mother wrote: “Thank you all for your support and prayers. They just found Amanda’s body in the river, she had been underwater for some time.” The school district said counseling services would be provided to students and staff starting Monday.