FAYETTEVILLE, W.Va. (WSAZ) — UPDATE (Dec. 29):
Human remains were found under a cliff in Fayette County Tuesday afternoon, and investigators believe there's a strong possibility the remains could be those of a woman who has been missing 37 years.
Investigators say somebody was out looking for arrowheads in the Kanawha Falls area when they spotted bones.
Deputies arrived on scene and found more bones buried in a shallow grave.
The woman who went missing in February of 1979 was Sue Roop, who was 29 at the time.
Two years ago, WHSV's sister station WVVA talked with author George Bragg, who wrote a book about unsolved murders in West Virginia.
Bragg said Roop's children were waiting for her to come home to make Valentine's boxes, but she never showed up.
"We don't know exactly what happened the night before," Bragg said, "but Susan had gotten in a vehicle that morning on February 12 with a male subject, and her landlord witnessed her getting in the vehicle."
She was declared dead nine years after her disappearance.
The family lived in Bentree, near the Clay/Nicholas County border.