The body of missing bushwalker Felicity Shadbolt has been found, four days after the mother-of-two disappeared.
Tragically, Ms Shadbolt, 36, was mum to twin girls who were born 10-weeks premature, weighing only 2.5kg between them both.
The Western Australian woman vanished on Sunday shortly after going for a run on Mount Nameless in WA’s Pilbara region.
Her last known contact was after sending a text message saying she would be home in 20 minutes.
A search commenced after Ms Shadbolt failed to return home, and her body was found near a caravan park on Wednesday.
The temperature hit a staggering 46C around the time Ms Shadbolt went missing, sparking fears she had suffered heatstroke.
However police have confirmed they are not ruling out foul play.