Twenty-one-year-old Dianna Brice of Lansdowne, Pa. was last seen on Tuesday, March 30.
Brice's mother, Betty Cellini, said her daughter had a young son and was 14 weeks pregnant. Brice also had a life-threatening medical condition that required medication.
Tim Bernhardt, the Superintendent of Upper Darby Police Department, said the case that had investigators pounding the pavement for days finally has some answers.
"It's terrible. Words don't express how sad it is for a young woman who leaves behind a 4-year-old child and was three to four months pregnant with her second, words don't explain how sad it is for her and her family," Bernhardt said.
Action News was there Monday night as police searched the scene where the body was found in the area of 58th Street and Lindbergh Boulevard.
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Brice and her boyfriend, 23-year-old Justin Smith, were last seen at K Laundry in Yeadon on March 30 around 1 p.m.
Before the woman vanished, Cellini said the couple was involved in an argument.
"He goes, 'She don't want to even talk to me.' I said, 'I don't care, she's pregnant with your child,'" recalled Cellini.
Smith's 2018 black Ford Fusion was later found engulfed in flames in the area of 59th and Florence streets in Philadelphia. The car was found about a mile from where police said the body was discovered in the woods.
Investigators believe Smith's wallet and keys were found nearby. Smith is still being sought at this time.
Philadelphia Crime Scene Unit is towing away the charred remains of Justin Smith’s car...he is a person of interest in the case of the missing pregnant woman found dead in Philadelphia: https://t.co/5htUQqYuyR pic.twitter.com/pieOq8lWPZ— Katie Katro (@KatieKatro6abc) April 6, 2021
This white 2020-21 white Hyundai Sonata is a second car that police are looking at, in the death of the missing pregnant woman from Delaware County. It was brought to @UDPolice but will be taken back to Philadelphia for investigation https://t.co/5htUQqYuyR pic.twitter.com/AOnRYBytsv— Katie Katro (@KatieKatro6abc) April 6, 2021
The Philadelphia Crime Scene Unit is examining both the Ford Fusion and a second vehicle, a 2020-21 white Hyundai Sonata, in connection with the investigation.
Though police could not comment, Cellini claims Smith has had prior run-ins with the law.
"I want justice served, that's all I want," Norman Passarella, Brice's uncle, said. "I want justice served and everything done."
Anyone with any information on Smith's whereabouts is asked to call police.