Sarah Rogers Dead: Mother's Body Found In Wooded Area In Maine

Sarah Rogers, the bipolar artist and mother who had been missing since December, was found dead this weekend, according to reports.

ABC News reports that Rogers' body was found frozen in the woods north of Augusta, Maine, three months after her car was found in a snowbank.

According to a CBS News report last week:

Sarah Rogers of Barrington disappeared on Dec. 13 after driving to Maine, where her car slid into a snow bank off Interstate 95 in Clinton. Maine police have searched the area several times and there was no sign of her.

The 29-year-old had a 2-year-old son, who has continuously been asking about his mother.

A campaign to find Rogers grew quickly. All along, her father, Robert Rogers, had feared the worst based on her bipolar condition.

The Web site posted the following statement in response to the news:

The family of Sarah Rogers would like to thank everyone who prayed and helped look for their loving wife,mother, daughter, sister and friend. It is with deep sadness to report that Sarah's body was located this afternoon, Saturday, March 13, 2010, 1/2 mile from where her vehicle was found near Clinton, Maine. Sarah was located by a resident who lives off the Turnpike in the rear of his property. Preliminary reports indicate that Sarah passed away from hypothermia. The Medical Examiner has confirmed her identity.

Please respect the family during this time of grief and loss.
Sarah will be missed by many. Please feel free to sign the guest book.
Arrangements will be announced at a later time.