The car driven by Sinead Lyons of Lowell, Massachusetts who went missing on Thursday was recovered on Tuesday.

Sinead Lyons was last seen in Lowell on Thursday morning, according to Lowell police who said she might be headed to the North Conway area. Police told WMUR TV her white 2005 Volvo V-70 was located near Ossipee Lake on Tuesday.

Friend Kristin Haralabatos told CBS Boston Lyons was going to pick up her German shepherd and head north to visit her boyfriend. She was also going to take the dog for a walk and was going to Google a path where they could go.

New Hampshire State Police said the body of Maggie Borrero was found in the east branch of the Pemigewasset River in Lincoln on Tuesday and recovered with assistance from state Fish & Game and Lincoln police.  There is no danger to the public, police said.

An autopsy to determine a cause and manner of Borrero's death is scheduled for Wednesday.

Editor's Note: This story earlier misidentified the woman found in the river. The story has been corrected with our sincerest apologies.

Contact reporter Dan Alexander at Dan.Alexander@townsquaremedia.com or via Twitter @DanAlexanderNH

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