WESTFIELD, Ind. -- The body found in a car pulled from a retention pond in Westfield Tuesday afternoon has been identified as a 73-year-old woman who has been missing for more than a week.
Nancy Gillet was reported missing by family members last week after she disappeared from her home.
Police located a car matching the description of Gillett's red Mitsubishi Eclipse in a retention pond not far from Gillett's home on Carey Road just north of 146th Street Tuesday afternoon.
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A dive team pulled the car from the pond and the body inside was identified as Nancy Gillett.
Gillett's cause of death has not been released at this time.
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