(MINNEAPOLIS) -- Authorities can't find a car that was seen plunging into the Mississippi River on Sunday.
Despite fresh track marks on the ground and a witness' account, they have been unable to locate the submerged vehicle and said it was unclear if anyone was inside of it.
The Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office suspended the search due to lightning and inclement weather.
Boats from the sheriff's Water Patrol Unit will be back on the river Monday with sonar equipment to search for the vehicle.
Divers have been prevented from searching the river due to stronger than usual currents, according to the sheriff's office.
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