The investigation into the story from Heather Prouty, 19, of Woodland continues, but Skamania County Sheriff’s Office officials say that the story seems to be unraveling. Early Monday morning, Prouty showed up at the Skamania County Sheriff Satellite Office in Cougar; she says that she’d pulled over on the Forest Service 90 Road near the Ape Caves, and had gone to sleep. When she woke up, she claims that her wrists and ankles had been bound with duct tape, and her car was gone. Prouty also thought she might have been raped. She was taken to a hospital in Vancouver, where no evidence of a sexual assault was found. Undersheriff Dave Cox also says that Prouty’s Jeep Cherokee was found right where she had parked it, with all of her belongings inside. He also says that the claim that someone was able to get Prouty out of the car and wrap her up with duct tape without waking her “lacks credibility.” Cox says that they still have an obligation to investigate the report, and they’re asking anyone with information to give them a call at 509-427-9490.