Shanequa Sullivan was reported missing Feb. 4.

Airport employee with autism ID’d as body found in Yellow River

A Forest Park woman with autism who was reported missing last month was identified as the body recently found in the Yellow River in Newton County.

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Newton County Coroner Tommy Davis confirmed that Shanequa Quanee Sullivan, 23, was found by a fisherman late Saturday. Sheriff’s deputies returned Sunday and removed the body from the river.

Sullivan, who worked at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, was reported missing Feb. 4 by her family. She had worked at the airport for almost a year.

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Her family said she usually rode the train from the airport to College Park or East Point, then transferred to the bus. 

Davis said officials are working to determine a cause of death. 

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