FISHERS, Ind. (WISH) - Friends of Peyton Riekhof wept as divers pulled her SUV from the Geist Reservoir Sunday evening.
Police say a body was inside of the vehicle but have not identified the remains. Police say dental records will be used to determine the victim's identity.
Sunday, Fishers Police canceled the Statewide Silver Alert that was issued for Riekhof on Friday.
Once the Silver Alert was canceled, friends of the teen left messages sending condolences to the Riekhof family on a Facebook page created to help find the 18-year-old.
Someone managing the page posted: RIP Peyton Riekhof.
From boats and the shore, nearly 100 watched in silence as divers searched the reservoir.
About an hour after divers entered the reservoir, the teen's vehicle was found submerged in eight feet of water.
A resident in the Tamenend Trace subdivision called police after noticing tire marks leading to the body of water. That call prompted a search.
This is in the area of Brooks School Road and Fall Creek Road. Police say the teen's family lived nearby.
The search came days after Riekhof went missing. She was last seen early Thursday morning.
Police say before she disappeared, she left a friends house upset.
"When she left and was agitated he was concerned about her well-being and so he contacted us immediately," Weger said.
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