Note that the missing couple’s car leads the rescue team to an “extreme” location in Death Valley, according to police.

According to police, the missing Arizona couple was found on a steep ledge in Death Valley National Park after leaving a note in the car.

Alexander Lofgren (32 years old) and Emily Henkel (27 years old) from Tucson were discovered on Thursday. Remote area of ​​Death Valley National Park, According to the Inyo County Sheriff’s Office.

Police found the couple on aerial reconnaissance and attempted to operate the hoist, but said they could not be reached because of a “great location.” Police said the search and rescue team would travel down the canyon to Lofgren and Henkel on Thursday night, but authorities did not provide up-to-date information on the couple’s condition on Friday.

A couple’s missing white Subaru was found near Death Valley National Park on Thursday morning, and an internal note said, “Two flat tires heading to Mormon Point have three days’ worth of water.” Was there.

The two were reported missing on Tuesday after not returning from their camp trip on Sunday. According to police, all hotels in the area were checked and both received a message to contact the police by phone, but the call was sent to voicemail. Police also said they had gone through Lofgren’s itinerary and checked all the attractions and attractions along Highway 190.

According to police, Lofgren and Henkel were “experienced campers,” and Lofgren had a jug and ample food for at least a day.