TULSA, Okla. - UPDATE:
Employees at Williams Construction in Pryor confirm that Ivan Williams, a licensed pilot, and his wife Adina Walker Williams were on board the plane that went missing in Arkansas.
An employee says the plane didn't show to be registered in Williams' name because he just purchased it. The registration hadn't been processed yet because of the government shut-down.
Investigators have found the wreckage of a plane they believe crashed Monday afternoon in northwest Arkansas.
The plane left earlier Monday from Sylacauga, Alabama bound for Claremore when it went down in rainy weather near Huntsville, Arkansas, located in Madison County.
A dispatcher for the Madison County Sheriff's Office confirmed that they found the wreckage, but did not know if searchers found any survivors.
It's believed two people were on board the plane, a Piper Saratoga possibly registered to Williams Construction, which has offices in Tulsa and Pryor.
Reports indicate that Ivan Williams, owner of the company, may have been aboard the plane.
The Civil Air Patrol says searchers recovered two bodies at the scene, a man and a woman.
Witnesses told investigators they heard the plane go down some time between 2:00 and 2:30 p.m. in a heavily-wooded rural area south of Huntsville.
Searchers looked for the plane, but had to call off the hunt after dark.
They went back to work about 7:00 a.m. Tuesday, and made the discovery.
The pilot had radioed air traffic control to report a problem shortly before the crash, after which the aircraft disappeared from radar.