Authorities are searching the Cuyahoga Valley National Park after a car belonging to missing Eastlake woman Hillary Sharma was discovered there.
PENINSULA, Ohio -- Law enforcement officials are continuing their search for Hilary Sharma Saturday morning.
They are searching Cuyahoga Valley National Park after the Toyota Camry belonging to Sharma was discovered there near the Boston Store Visitor Center shortly after midnight Thursday.
Eastlake police reported her missing on Thursday.
Sharma, 30, is from Eastlake and was last seen Tuesday in Bedford.
Her Camry was spotted in the parking lot outside the Boston Store Visitor Center, according to a CVNP spokeswoman.
National Park Service rangers are leading the search and the Summit County Search and Rescue team is searching the water, the park spokeswoman added.
The Cuyahoga County Southwest Emergency Response Team and local police are also assisting.
The spokeswoman said there was no damage to the Camry.
Sharma is 5 feet 3 inches tall, weighs 120 pounds, with dark hair and dark eyes.
Anyone with information is being asked to call the National Park Service dispatch office at 440-546-5945.