Lauren Bonvillian, 33, and Savannah Bagley, 4, who were reported missing Sunday night, were killed in a wreck in Hill County, Texas, The Robinson Police Department confirmed late Monday night.

Kimberly Graham, Lauren’s mother and Savannah’s grandmother, confirmed the deaths earlier in the evening. “Our two beautiful girls have gone to heaven,” Graham wrote in a social media post, “Thank you to everyone for all your prayers.”

“We are saddened to announce a tragic ending to this case. Lauren and Savannah were located deceased late this afternoon in Hill County as the result of a one vehicle crash. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and everyone affected by this tragedy,” Robinson police wrote in a social media post.

The mother and daughter were last seen leaving Corsicana, Texas enroute to Robinson in their blue 2020 Toyota Corolla at about 10 p.m. on April 14.

When Lauren and Savannah never made it home, their family immediately began searching for them, and after no luck, filed the missing person reports.

Robinson Police Department Lieutenant Tracy O’Connor said his department was alerted by the Texas Dept. of Public Safety at about 4 a.m. on April 15.

Officers spent most of Monday searching for the mother and daughter along Texas Highway 31 in between Waco and Corsicana.

Investigators reportedly found the wrecked Camry in a pond off Highway 31 in between FM 939 and County Road 3272.

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