The woman disappeared Sunday off State Route 73
Earlier reports of a missing woman's body being found in a retention pond are inaccurate.
Police have resumed the search for 32-year-old Casey Pitzer of Sabina, Ohio Wednesday after going missing March 17th.
Dive team SONAR got a hit on a human hair Tuesday, which led to Pitzer's family presuming her body had been found and that she was dead.
However, Wilmington Police say her body has not yet been found, and they are resuming the search on Wednesday.
According to Chief Detective Josh Riley of the Wilmington Police Department, Pitzer left a bar on the east side of Wilmington on foot around 12:30am Sunday morning walking eastbound on U.S. Route 22 & Route 3. She got into a car which headed south on State Route 73.
Pitzer then wished to exit the car and the car pulled over to the side of the highway. Pitzer exited the car and ran east across four lanes of traffic and was last seen running toward an area where there is a retention pond that was created when the highway was built.
Air search teams were called in along with K9 units to aid in the search. On Tuesday, a dive team used SONAR equipment to search the pond in the area where she was last seen.
Family members, including her sister Kelly Taylor, believe there was no foul play involved.