The body of Sarah Rogers was found not far from her abandoned vehicle on Interstate 95 in Clinton.
The body of a New Hampshire mother missing since mid-December has been found. Maine State Police say the body of Sarah Rogers, 29, of Barrington, New Hampshire, was found Saturday in a wooded area in Clinton about half a mile from where her abandoned vehicle was discovered along Interstate 95 in Clinton.
Rogers’ body was discovered by nearby residents searching on their property for signs of the missing woman. The body was located off the southbound lane of the interstate, near the Mutton Lane overpass, officials say.
An autopsy is scheduled for today at the state Medical Examiner’s Office, but officials say there were no signs of foul play.
Rogers, who suffered from bi-polar disorder, was reported missing by her family on December 13, 2009. Her abandoned car was found a short time later on I-95 in the town of Clinton.
Rogers was the mother of a two-year-old son. She reportedly left her New Hampshire home while in the throes of a manic episode.