Gabby Petito's disappearance has captured the attention of people across the country.
The area in Wyoming where her body has been discovered has been a vanishing point for hundreds of other young women and girls.
Most of them are indigenous.
A report in January published by the state's Missing and Murdered Indigenous People Task Force found that 710 Indigenous people were reported missing over the last decade.
Most of them, 85%, were children.
Over half of them were girls.
According to the report, 50% of missing Indigenous people are found within one week, while 21% remain missing for 30 days or longer.
The report stated that only 11% of white people remain missing for that long.
According to the report, Indigenous people make up 21% of homicide victims over the last 20 years in Wyoming, despite making up just 3% of the state's population.
The report found that only 30% of Indigenous homicide victims earned news coverage compared to 51% of white victims.
Lauren Stephenson initially reported this story at Newsy.