Police confirm foot found in Indiana pond belonged to missing mother Najah Ferrell 05/02/2019 9:53 am PDT Comments WXIN via WXIN: AVON, Ind. (WXIN) -- The Avon Police Department confirms the human foot found in a Crown Point pond did indeed belong to missing mother Najah Ferrell. The remains were found in early April by a man who caught it while fishing. While police used a tattoo on the foot to preliminarily identify it as Ferrell's, they were awaiting DNA testing before officially confirming it belonged to her. Ferrell, 30, was last seen March 15. Officials have found her car and various items that belonged to Ferrell, but still don't know what happened to the mother of five. The investigation into her disappearance is still ongoing. Anyone with information that may be relevant to Ferrell's disappearance is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 317-262-TIPS (8477). MORE: Police confirm remains found in northwestern Indiana pond belonged to missing Avon mom - WXIN #BodyParts #DNA #Forensics #Homicide #HumanRemains #Indiana #Indianapolis #Missing #MissingPersons #WXIN Related Stories Police find car belonging to missing Indiana mother as search intensifies Remains found in Indiana pond preliminarily identified as Najah Ferrell Police find 'no additional remains or evidence' in woman's death Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.