The body of a woman who had been reported missing in Algonquin and was discovered in the Fox River on Monday is believed to have been the result of drowning, according to the coroner who investigated the case. According to the Kane County Coroner’s Office, they received a call at approximately 8:50 in the morning. Monday to the area in Carpentersville centered around Bolz Road and Williams Road. Both the Carpentersville Police Department and the Carpentersville Fire Department, as well as the East Dundee Fire Department, the Kane County Sheriff’s Office, the Kane County Forest Preserve Police, and the Algonquin Police Department, had already arrived at the scene.

After receiving a report that a human body was floating in the water on the Fox River, the agencies had responded to the scene. The body was found and then taken to the Kane County Coroner’s Office for further examination. The office of the coroner stated that they were able to unequivocally identify the deceased person as Kimberly L. Koerner, who was 52 years old and from Algonquin. The announcement was made on Sunday afternoon by the Algonquin Police Department that they were looking for assistance in locating Koerner.

According to Detective Sergeant Robert Salazar of the Algonquin Police Department, Koerner was last seen around 9 in the morning. Sunday. According to Salazar, the woman was making her way away from the Jewel-Osco store in Algonquin, which is located at 1501 East Algonquin Road. According to her friends, Koerner forgot her purse and other belongings in her vehicle while she was at the Jewel. The last time anyone saw Koerner, he was dressed in a white winter coat with black fur trim and black pajama bottom pants. In addition to that, she had on flip-flops.

At approximately 9:30 in the morning, a local resident living on Greenridge Avenue in Algonquin spotted the woman seen on surveillance walking down the street. Sunday. A command post was established at the Jewel-Osco in Algonquin on Sunday evening, and search and rescue canine teams were dispatched to the area around Algonquin at that time. In addition, drones were utilized in the search efforts. According to the police, they were able to recover images from a Ring doorbell that showed Koerner walking alone in a neighborhood that was directly to the south and west of the Jewel.

Dennis Walker, the Deputy Chief of Police for the Algonquin Police Department, stated that they do not suspect any foul play, but the investigation is still ongoing. Our condolences and prayers are with her family and friends during this difficult time. The police department made a statement that read, “We ask that everyone respect the privacy of her family.”