According to Fox News – The Cobb County Police Department is investigating the death of a 22-year-old woman after her body was found in the same area as a burning vehicle.
According to CCPD, the Austell fire department was dispatched to a brush fire near Jerkins Boulevard and Landers Street at approximately 12:18 p.m. Aug. 23. Upon arrival, they found a vehicle that fully engulfed. They extinguished the fire and the vehicle was towed to a wrecker yard.
Austell Police then went to the address where the vehicle was registered and learned the owner’s daughter, 22-year-old Beauty Couch, had not been seen since the previous morning. Austell Police then searched the area where the burning vehicle was found and located a body that matched Couch in the wood line.
Mother of 22-year-old Beauty Couch reacts to gruesome discovery
Someone murdered her 22-year-old daughter, Beauty Couch, who had so much promised
“She was a sweet girl. She never bothered nobody. She never bothered nobody. She was a friend to everybody,” said mother Kimbery Couch, adding she never imagined this type of pain.
A closer examination Beauty’s body in the woods near the burned out car.
“They burned my baby’s car up. They burned her car up. They treated her like she was a dog. I don’t like that,” the woman’s mother said.
The family says Beauty lived in Austell with her adopted mother. Loved ones say she was last seen Tuesday and had not been heard from her for 24 hours.
“She should have called me and let me know that she hadn’t seen my baby in 24 hours. She should have let me know. We both could have gone to find my baby,” her mother said.
Police canvassed the neighborhood nearby. They are looking for answers as to why.
The family says Beauty was an Instagram influencer who was attending college and had so much promise.
“They hurt my baby so bad. My baby didn’t deserve this. My baby was a good baby,” her mother said.
Based on the initial scene investigation, foul play is suspected, and anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact the Cobb County Police Tip Hotline at 770-499-4111.
Austell Police asked CCPD to investigate.
May she rest in peace