Body found in rural area identified as missing Flora woman

BOYLESTON, Ind. (WISH) — A body was recovered Tuesday afternoon in Clinton County has been identified as a missing Flora woman.

Indiana State Police said in a news release that no foul play is suspected in the death of 25-year-old Kyra L. Boehning. No information was given on the cause of death. 

Her body was found shortly after 2:50 p.m. Tuesday on Clinton County Road South 500 East, a rural area about a half-mile north of State Road 28. Investigators with the Flora Police Department, the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office and Indiana State Police had been seeking the public’s help finding Boehning. 

Police said last week that Boehning allegedly had taken her boyfriend’s blue 2006 Dodge Caravan minivan from their home in Flora. Police last week found the minivan on South 500 East at the Norfolk Southern Railway, a mile west of Boyleston in eastern Clinton County. The railroad tracks are about a half-mile north of State Road 28.

Kyra’s identification and other personal items were found locked inside the minivan, but she was not found in the immediate area after a search last week by Flora and Clinton County authorities.