The body of Tracey Matthews Anticouni, 53, was found early Sunday afternoon in the woods off Imbs Station Road near her home, according to the St. Clair County Sheriff’s Department.
There are no signs of foul play, sheriff’s Investigator Scott Toth said. He said the coroner’s office is investigating the cause of Anticouni’s death and will conduct toxicology tests.
Anticouni went missing from her home in the 2700 block of Mullins Road in rural St. Clair County on Thursday.
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Toth said a family member who was part of search party found Anticouni.
Anticouni was reported missing by her husband, Anthony Anticouni. He said Sunday afternoon after his wife was found that he wanted the sheriff’s department to release information.
A representative of the coroner’s office could not be reached for comment Sunday.
The St. Clair County Emergency Management Agency released a Facebook post that said, “Reference to the search for the missing female from Millstadt no further assistance is needed. She has been found.”
Deputies on Saturday had followed up leads that they received Friday night.