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    * Search crews found a body matching the description of a missing Ennis, Texas woman on Monday morning. * The body is being taken to the Dallas County Medical Examiner's Office for positive identification. * Emily Wade, 38, disappeared on January 5 after going to a male co-worker's house to watch a movie. * * * The search for a missing Texas mother appears to have ended in tragedy. On Monday morning, search crews found a body matching the description of 38-year-old Emily Wade, who went missing on January 5 after going to a male co-worker's house to watch a movie. The body was found in a creek bed that authorities knew was flooding the night that Wade disappeared, the Ennis Police Department said in a press release. The body has been transported to the Dallas County Medical Examiner's Office where they will make the identification and determine the cause of death. "The Ennis Police Department would like to share our appreciation for all of the volunteers and assisting agencies that have spent countless hours over the past two weeks searching for Emily Wade," the police statement reads. "Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends of Emily Wade." Ennis Police Lt. Mike Hopson told INSIDER last week that Wade had recently moved back to the area from Kentucky, to be closer to her ex-boyfriend, Jared Jones, who is the father of her 7-year-old daughter. He was watching their daughter the night Wade went missing. Read more: A Texas woman, 38, has been missing since going to watch a movie at her male co-worker's house more than a week ago Jones gave several interviews after his ex-girlfriend went missing, saying he was aiding in her search and understood why he had been questioned by police about her disappearance. Wade moved to Ennis with her mother, Shirley, who said Jones wouldn't have hurt her daughter. "He loved Emily, he loves Emily. They just didn't mesh together. But they love their daughter equally," she told an NBC reporter. "And I don't think Jared would ever hurt the mother of his child." Hopson also told INSIDER that the co-worker who was the last to see Wade was cooperating with police and allowed them to search his home and vehicle. Hopson said there was no indication of foul play. As of Tuesday afternoon, no one has been charged in her death. Police continue to search for the car that Wade was driving the night she went missing. It's a 2012 silver Nissan Altima with the Kentucky licence plate number 411 PAZ.