THV's Daniel Wilkerson on the scene.
PERRY COUNTY, Ark. (KTHV) -- Authorities say they have located the body of a missing Perry County woman on Stoney Point Road in Houston, Arkansas.
Earlier Thursday Donna Young's son-in-law, Dale Young, was taken into custody, along with a man and woman, in connection to Young's disappearance.
Police tell us that the three suspects have confessed to killing Young in the carport area of her home, but are reportedly putting the blame on each other.
Sheriff Montgomery has confirmed that dried blood was found in the carport area of Young's home.
"We've asked for assistance from Arkansas State Police, also some local fire departments. We went back to the residence and we researched the residence," says Sheriff Scott Montgomery of Perry County.
Donna Young, 62, was reported missing when a friend went to her house to pick her up for a doctor's appointment and she wasn't home Monday.
Along with Young's dentures and pocketbook, authorities found her oxygen machine at her residence, items her family said she would never leave behind.
Sheriff Montgomery says Young's daughter and son-in-law voluntarily took a polygraph test this afternoon. He says her son-in-law was the last person to see her on Tuesday.
"This is my husband for twenty years that we raised our kids together," says Tammy Young, the victim's daughter. "He looked at me and he told me he didn't know where that she was at. He put his arms around me after he murdered my momma."
Young's cause of death has yet to be determined.
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