LILBURN, Ga. (AP) - Police said the skull of a Norcross woman has been discovered in a river, about two months after she was reported missing.
Gwinnett County Police are now concerned the death and disappearance of 45-year-old Ceaulovone Milner could be the work of foul play.
Cpl. Michele Pihera said a man fishing with his children on the Yellow River in Lilburn on Sunday afternoon called 911 to report a human skull under the water. Pihera says dental records confirmed the remains belonged to Milner.
Milner was last seen by friends on March 28, and was reported missing by her daughter on March 31. Police have said Milner's car was found in the parking lot of her apartment building, but her cell phone and keys were missing. The phone was since turned off.
Pihera says police don't know what caused Milner's death, and believe she may be the victim of a crime.
"There are still so many unanswered questions," said Milner's sister, Shalon Jones. "We were devastated. It wasn't the call we wanted to receive," Jones said, who had hope for weeks that Milner would be found alive and well.
Police are hoping people with information can come forward to Gwinnett Police or Crime Stoppers.
"And we'd like to have those answers for ourselves and for her daughters, most of all," Jones said.