Tuesday, July 23 2013 12:06 AM EDT2013-07-23 04:06:34 GMT
Police are expected to identify a body found Sunday in a submerged SUV belonging to a missing Fishers teenager. Eighteen-year-old Peyton Riekhof went missing early Thursday morning, prompting a franticMore >>
A prayer service was held Monday night for a Fishers teenager who went missing last week.More >>
Search teams found Riekhof's SUV around 4:30 Sunday afternoon, after receiving a tip from a neighbor in the Tamenend Trace neighborhood. That person told police she found tire tracks on her property, leading into the reservoir.
The Hamilton County Coroner says the cause of death is being ruled as a drowning. Fishers Police are still trying to determine why Riekhof's SUV left the roadway, went through a yard and into Geist Reservoir. Earlier reports say Peyton was "agitated" after leaving a friend's home in Geist early Thursday morning.
A public viewing for Peyton Riekhof will be held at Geist Christian Church at 12756 Promise Road in Fishers on Thursday from 4-7 p.m. A private service will be held the following day.
Riekhof, a 2013 graduate of Hamilton Southeastern High School, was bound for college at Kansas University. She was last seen early Thursday morning, buying gas at a gas station at 96th and Olio Road.