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Missing Michigan woman made desperate call for help from cabin in the woods

A Michigan woman made a desperate plea for help from a cabin in the woods — and hasn’t been heard from since, authorities said.

Adrienne “Ada” Quintal, 47, vanished within minutes of ringing a pal around 2:45 a.m. Thursday from her family’s cabin in Honor, which is around 130 miles north of Grand Rapids, according to the Benzie County Sheriff’s Office.

The friend then contacted authorities, who arrived before 3 a.m. to the scene, where Quintal was nowhere to be found, officials said.

The officers said they “observed evidence of possible foul play” and launched a K-9 search.

Quintal left behind her personal belongings including her vehicle, cellphone and purse, according to officials.

Her son, Nick White, said that she had traveled to the cottage with her boyfriend, but her beau returned to their home in Southfield two days before she vanished, Fox2 Detroit reported.

“She was doing work on the house,” White said. “She was also just getting ready for hunting and hanging out and enjoying the wildlife.”

Friends and family haven’t heard from her since her disappearance.

“It is unknown at this time if she is missing voluntarily or in danger,” the sheriff’s office said.

Anyone with information about her whereabouts is asked to call Benzie authorities at 231-882-4487.

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