BRYAN COUNTY, Okla. -- Authorities say they have recovered the body of a Blue, Oklahoma, woman who had been missing for nearly a week.
Bryan County Sherriff's deputies brought in search dogs to help look for Cindy Phillips, 50, early on Friday morning.
Around one o'clock, they say they found her body in an open field behind her home on Robinson Road.
Investigators say the woman disappeared some time around 9 p.m. on Sunday night after speaking with her father.
"We had the Pathfinder search and rescue, the under sheriff and another deputy came out with them they found her along the fence line on her property," said Bryan Country Sheriff's investigator John Bates.
Authorities say Phillips’ body was sent to Oklahoma City for an autopsy.
They say the cause of death is unknown.
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