LOWELL — A Lowell woman reported missing this week was pronounced dead in Wayne County, Michigan, officials confirm.
Natalie Hein Ramstrom was reported missing Tuesday to the Lowell Police Department, said Lake County Sheriff’s Department Public Information Officer Pamela Jones.
Calls to the Wayne County medical examiner’s office were referred to the Department of Health, Veterans and Community Wellness, which did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Ramstrom’s death.
Lowell police said she was last seen Oct. 20, a notification on the Indiana State Police missing person bulletin shows.
A silver alert was not issued for Ramstrom, according to Indiana State Police, and Lowell police have not yet released any information on the woman’s disappearance or her death.
Samantha Schmidlin, of Cedar Lake, said she has been friends with Ramstrom for 20 years. The two grew close at Lowell High School and have since stuck together through motherhood and more together.
“It’s unreal to actually think this kind person is no longer with us,” Schmidlin said. “She was the kind of person everyone wanted to be around. She would do anything for any of her friends, and she was a wonderful mom.”
Schmidlin said Ramstrom had two young daughters, whom she adored.
UPDATE: Missing Lowell woman found dead in Michigan, officials say
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