The body of a woman was found at a Bathroom in Walmart in Sand Springs, Oklahoma. She was last spotted in the area on Friday, and her body was found on Monday.

Initially, employees at the Walmart branch said that they thought because the bathroom was locked and they assumed it was out of order. They then placed a sign that says it is inoperative and called someone to fix it. The maintenance worker opened the bathroom by Monday at around 3 p.m. and saw the dead body of the woman.

Woman found inside Walmart bathroom identified

The woman who was found inside the Walmart bathroom was identified as 29-year-old Katherine Caraway.

She was from Muskogee. Details about her life remained scarce as it was not reported if she left behind a husband or if she had children of her own.

Fox 23 reported that the woman was spotted on store video entering the bathroom at around 6 p.m. last Friday. Police are still trying to determine if she intentionally locked herself inside the bathroom. No one from her family has come forward yet as to the possible reason behind her death.

Caraway’s body was sent to the state medical examiner in order to determine her cause of death. Her death also did not appear like someone else was involved, police said.

Walmart issues statement on the matter

Walmart released a statement regarding the death of the woman in one of their bathrooms.

They said they are saddened by the incident and pointed out that they do not know all the facts surrounding the case as of the moment.

Walmart also assured the public they are working closely with the law enforcement officials in an attempt to provide more information as to how long the woman has been in the bathroom or what were the circumstances surrounding the incident.

The company added, “Because this is an ongoing investigation, we must refer you to them for additional information.”

On other Walmart news, an Uber driver was killed by a female teenager who stole a machete from an Illinois branch of the company. Walmart now faces a lawsuit from the family of the killed Uber driver, who picked up the woman after she stole the item.

Fortune reported that the family of the slain driver is using wrongful death as a defense because Walmart employees failed to stop the 16-year-old from getting out of the store with the stolen machete. It is unclear how much the family is asking Walmart for damages.

The teen was arrested shortly after the killing. She was charged with first-degree murder and is held without bond.