A Victorian grandma who was missing for 11 days has tragically been found.

84-year-old Rosie McLean’s body was located lying next to a burnt-out car after last being seen on June 10 leaving her house.

Police confirmed on Tuesday morning that Ms McLean’s body had been found in Wickliffe, around 100km from her home in Timboon.

The body was found by a local at a property in Chatsworth-Wickliffe Rd, near Karmala Lane, at 3 pm on Monday.

Leading Senior Constable Natalie Dean said the body is yet to be formally identified, however police believe it is that of Ms McLean.

Constance Dean said Ms McLean’s Maltese shih tzu dog named Bindi, was found safe and near the location of her body.

“The exact circumstances regarding the death are yet to be determined, and the investigation remains ongoing,” Constable Dean announced.

It is not yet known by the public if the burnt-out vehicle was Ms McLean’s 2010 grey Holden Commodore sedan.

Investigators carried out an extensive search around Southern Grampians, Moyne, Warrnambool and Corangamite during the 11 days she could not be found.

Her family even hired a plane to search the region.

Ms McLean’s daughter Susan took to Facebook to tragically confirm the news on Tuesday morning.

“Bindi stayed with mum until they were found and we take some comfort in that knowledge,” she said.

“We are truly grateful that you all cared for our mum and Bindi.

“We thank you from the bottom of our hearts.”

Social media has erupted in support and mourning for Ms McLean, with many of those who helped during the search leaving their deepest condolences to her family.

This article originally appeared on Over60.