The D.N.A. of a Ladysmith woman, who police say committed suicide, has been sent to Texas in hopes of recovering the remains of her missing mother.
Fifty-eight year old Ana Morlan was found dead earlier this month, after police were notified about a suicide note.
Morlan told police her mother left their Ladysmith home in 2011 and has been missing ever since.
Investigators say the D.N.A, was sent to the University of North Texas in hopes that a body recovered in the future, could be identified as her mother.
Morlan was charged with fraud last July after police say she took more than 33-thousand dollars from her mother’s social security account.