A mother who disappeared after rushing to work was found dead in her car.

Bexar Search and Rescue

Searching for a Texas mom who Mysteriously missing Authorities say the 39-year-old woman’s body was found in an SUV parked outside a San Antonio strip mall Saturday while on her way to work earlier this month.

Christina Powell, who was caught on video by a doorbell camera running to her job as a paralegal just before she disappeared on July 5, gained national attention when her family Requested help in finding him on social media.

Saturday’s discovery ends the search for Powell, but only raises more questions about the details of how he died.

The cause of death was not released by San Antonio police, who said Powell’s body showed no signs of trauma and that an autopsy was performed by the Bexar County Medical Examiner.

Loved ones are terrified after a Texas mother’s ‘strange’ disappearance a week ago

Powell’s mother, Claudia Mobley, and her best friend, Lauren Perez, both shared on Facebook that Powell had a medical condition that required regular medication. Neither responded to messages left by The Daily Beast on Monday afternoon.

“This was not the outcome we prayed for,” Posted by Perez.. “I’m beyond devastated.”

San Antonio police say Powell’s body was found in his 2020 Nissan Rogue by a security guard patrolling the strip mall’s parking lot. The security officer told police that the SUV had been there for more than a week and was “smelling”.

Police said Powell’s body was found in the passenger seat of the car. His identity was confirmed by documents found in his wallet.

Mobily, who lived with Powell and his son, said Fox News That nothing seemed out of the ordinary when Powell rushed to work on the day of his disappearance. She told her mother she was in a hurry, leaving her phone and Apple Watch at home before heading out the door.

Mobley said Powell worked about 15 minutes from his home. But she never reached the office.

“We didn’t really have any kind of in-depth conversation,” Mobley said. “It was basically ‘good morning.’ He told me he was late.

“Then, she was going to work and I told her to be careful. And I probably told her, ‘I love you.’

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