Lewis and Clark County Sheriff's Office says the 47-year-old woman was traveling home to Great Falls Tuesday morning after visiting family in Helena when she was believed to have been abducted in the Wolf Creek.
The 47-year-old woman had not shown up at home when expected, so her husband notified authorities. Police were in communication with the woman when she was in Spokane, Wash.
Lewis and Clark County Sheriff's Office says the woman was found deceased in the trunk of her black Pontiac Grand Prix.
Deputies say they have a person of interest, but details are still limited at this time.
An investigation is underway Wednesday morning as a Montana woman's body is found deceased in a car in Spokane, Wash.
The car was found around 12:30 a.m. Wednesday on W Geiger Blvd and S Spotted Rd in west Spokane County according to Spokane authorities. Law enforcement is not releasing details on the woman's identity.
The Helena Police Department has confirmed they contacted the Spokane Police Department Tuesday for help in locating a missing person. Spokane County Sheriff's Office confirms they were able to track the woman's whereabouts by using pings from local cell towers.
The investigation has been passed onto the FBI as this case has crossed state lines. The investigation is ongoing.
We will continue updating the story as more information becomes available.