Missing Iowa college student Mollie Tibbetts has been found dead, according to reports.
Police in Iowa have found a body, with CrimeStoppers of Central Iowa saying they believe it's that of the 20-year-old, WGN9 reports.
This hasn't been confirmed by authorities at this stage.
She had been missing since July 18, and was last seen jogging in her hometown of Brooklyn, east of Des Moines.
Her disappearance sparked a statewide search that saw the FBI getting involved, and a reward fund for anyone who found her topped $400,000.
That money will now go to anyone who can provide information leading to the person responsible for her death, if it's confirmed she was killed, CBS reports.
No information has been made available about where the body was found, but CBS notes police have been searching five areas near her hometown, including a truck stop, cash wash, two farms and her boyfriend's home.
Tibbetts' boyfriend was out of town for work when she disappeared, and has not been identified as a suspect.
Her father, Robert Tibbetts, had previously said he thinks she agreed to go with someone she trusted, and "now they're in over their head and they don't know what to do."