Kimberly Koerner, 52, of Algonquin, was found dead in the Fox River near Carpentersville Monday morning after being reported missing. | Provided Photo

The coroner’s office said they have positively identified the body recovered from the Fox River in Carpentersville Monday as the 52-year-old woman who went missing in Algonquin.

The Kane County Coroner’s Office said they were called around 8:50 a.m. Monday to the area of Bolz Road and Williams Road in Carpentersville.

The Carpentersville police and fire departments, East Dundee Fire Department, Kane County Sheriff’s Office, Kane County Forest Preserve Police and Algonquin Police Department were on the scene already.

The agencies had responded after receiving a report of a human body in the water on the Fox River.

The body was recovered and transported to the Kane County Coroner’s Office.

The coroner’s office said they were able to positively identify the person as Kimberly L. Koerner, 52, of Algonquin.

The Algonquin Police Department said Sunday afternoon they were seeking assistance in locating Koerner.

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Algonquin Police Department Detective Sergeant Robert Salazar said Koerner was last seen around 9 a.m. Sunday.

The woman was walking away from the Jewel-Osco, located at 1501 East Algonquin Road in Algonquin, Salazar said.

Friends said Koerner left her purse and other items in her vehicle at the Jewel.

Kimberly Koerner, 52, was found dead Monday after she was spotted Sunday morning on Greenridge Avenue in Algonquin after going missing from the Jewel-Osco near Route 62 and Sandbloom Road in Algonquin. | Provided Photos

Koerner was last seen wearing a white winter jacket with fur and black pajama bottom pants. She was also wearing flip-flops.

A resident on Greenridge Avenue in Algonquin spotted the woman on surveillance walking down the street around 9:30 a.m. Sunday.

Search and rescue canine teams were sent to the Algonquin area Sunday evening and a command post was set up at the Jewel-Osco in Algonquin.

Drones were also used in the search. Police said they recovered Ring doorbell images showing Koerner walking alone in a neighborhood immediately to the south and west of the Jewel.

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Algonquin Deputy Police Chief Dennis Walker said foul play is not suspected but the investigation remains ongoing.

“Our thoughts and sympathies are with her family and friends. We ask that everyone respect the privacy of her family,” the police department said.

The coroner’s office said an autopsy has been scheduled for Wednesday and the death investigation remains ongoing.

“There are no visible or signs of foul play. The Kane County Coroner’s Office is cooperating with the Algonquin Police Department in the further investigation of this incident,” the coroner’s office said.