LINTON, Ind. (WISH) - Police in western Indiana believe they found the body of missing 19-year-old Katelyn Wolfe who went missing last Thursday.
Indiana Conservation officers found the body in rural Green County around 5 p.m. Monday.
Now two men are in the Greene County Jail, preliminarily charged with her murder.
The two in custody are Jordan W. Buskirk, 26, and Randal E. Crosley, 25, both of Jasonville, Ind.
Buskirk was arrested around 11 p.m. Monday. Crosley was already in the Greene County Jail, held on drug charges on a warrant out of Putnam County.
According to her family, Katelyn was last seen leaving her Linton home around 3 a.m. last Thursday. No one knows why she left in the middle of the night.
Friends and family organized a search for her Monday.
"It's amazing the amount of people that have turned out to help us, the phone calls we've gotten, the messages on Facebook," Stepmother Laura Wolfe said.
Her father said it was unlike Katelyn to be away from home with no contact.
"It's completely out of the ordinary for her to do this to me," Eric Wolfe said. "She always stays in touch with me, never goes hardly any time without staying in touch."
24-Hour News 8 looked into the criminal background of both men charged.
Buskirk was arrested in 2011 for neglect of a dependent resulting in serious bodily injury and criminal recklessness resulting in serious bodily injury.
Crosley was arrested in 2007 for theft and earlier in 2013 for driving on a suspended license.
An autopsy is scheduled for Tuesday in Terre Haute.
A winter weather advisory is in effect for Central Indiana through Friday night. Southern counties will be under a winter storm warning beginning Thursday night through Friday night.
Employees at some Indianapolis fast food restaurants took part in a 100-city strike Thursday morning.
Crews in Indianapolis and around Central Indiana are gearing up for this upcoming winter weather event.