NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — There have been new developments in the case of a missing New Jersey woman.

Her remains have been found, six years after she disappeared.

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Police said 52-year-old Vanessa Smallwood was found in a car submerged in the Salem River, about an hour southwest of Philadelphia.

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Divers were removing debris from the river on Thursday, when they spotted remains, police said.

Smallwood was last seen in January of 2014 in Cherry Hill.

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It’s not yet known how she ended up in the river.