October 26, 2016: Angie Barlow, 23, was last seen leaving a party on Harcourt Road in Indianapolis.
November 8, 2016: Police say Angie Barlow's blue Pontiac G6 is found a few miles away from where she went missing. No other details were released regarding the car being found or Barlow's disappearance.
November 14, 2016: Angie's mother, Christina Kramer appears on RTV6 to plead for her daughter's safe return. "I don't know if she's scared if she's hurt if she's hungry or if she's cold," said Kramer. "I want to find my daughter. I want her home."
November 2016: Angie Barlow's family purchases a billboard on Fall Creek and begin to raise money through events towards a reward fund for any information about her disappearance.
January 14-15, 2017: Family and friends of Angie Barlow hold a 24-hour prayer vigil to help keep her case open and pray for her safe return.
May 17, 2017: A search warrant is served at a home on E. Streeter Avenue after receiving a tip that someone in the home was connected to Angie Barlow's disappearance. FBI, IMPD and Muncie Police are all involved in the search. Four people were taken into custody from the home on unrelated charges.
May 18, 2017: Family members of Angie Barlow make another public plea for answers after police search Muncie home. "We just want our daughter home," said Angie's mother, Christina Kramer.
June 20, 2017: Indianapolis Police receive a tip that they will find Angie's body at a property on the city's northeast side. Police said they found a body shortly before noon hidden under some brush at a home on E. 43rd Street. Detectives tell family members they have no indication that the body belongs to Angie Barlow. Angie's family later said that her body was found buried on the property.
June 21, 2017: The Marion County Coroner officially identifies the body found on E. 43rd Street as belonging to 23-year-old Angie Barlow. Police do not release how long they believe the body has been there or the cause of death.