A missing Michigan couple and their eight-month-old son have been found dead outside their pick-up truck after crashing it into a boulder in the woods and getting stuck, according to police.
Amanda Pomeroy, Douglas Dougherty and their eight-month-old son Jacob were found dead outside the vehicle in Rose Township in northeast Michigan on Tuesday. They had not been seen since January 12 and were reported missing on January 16. Police have not revealed how they died or whether the deaths are suspicious.
They have also not indicated how long they were dead for.
‘There’s a lot of unanswered questions that we need to know.
‘We’re doing autopsies right now, so we’ll have some final answers (soon),’ Sheriff Brian Gilbert said on Tuesday.
They have only said that the bodies were found by a snowmobile, outside of the truck, and that it looked as though the vehicle had become stuck on a boulder. Dougherty had been trying to get it out, the sheriff said. Autopsies are underway on all three bodies.