GRAIN VALLEY, Mo. -- The body of a missing woman was found just blocks from where she was last seen, nearly two months ago.
28-year-old Amber Jo Bradley-Couch was the young woman who vanished after going to a Grain Valley, Mo. bar on January 19.
"We're talking about a block, block and a half from where she was last seen," said Police Chief Aaron Ambrose of the Grain Valley Police Dept.
It was just a short walk from Whiskey Tango, the bar where Bradley-Couch was last seen, where a man walking his dog found her body Saturday.
"It's kind of on the backside of a hill in a ditch area, which you know, and lately with all the snow we've had probably would have been in a snow packed area," said Chief Ambrose.
Police say based on her condition when found police don't think she was shot or stabbed, but say they aren't ruling out foul play.
"If anybody has any information come forward maybe this might be the spark that ignites that person or individuals to come forward,” said Chief Ambrose. “There are still a lot of questions we have."
Angela Trent, Bradley-Couch's sister, doesn't think Bradley-Couch's death was an accident.
"My suspicions, I don't know exactly what happened yet but I'm assuming that somebody did something to her," said Trent.
Trent says she'll remember her sister as an outgoing mom.
"She was full of life, her daughter was her world," said Trent.
While holding out hope for the truth.
"Pray and hope for justice and find answers of what happened that night," said Trent.
Bradley-Couch leaves behind a four-year-old daughter. Trent says an autopsy was performed on Sunday.