Before Judge Sheila Abdus-Salaam disappeared and her body was found in the Hudson River, she was captured on video nine times.

Officials said on Friday that she had been spotted on camera on April 11 walking on W. 131st street  in Harlem. She was seen seven more times over the next few hours walking down Seventh avenue before cameras caught her entering Riverbank State Park just after midnight on April 12. Officials believe that she was headed for the river.

–NYPD seek people who saw judge apparent suicide–

The city medical examiner has not yet determined a cause of death, though officials say that there are no signs of foul play and that Abdus-Salaam struggled with depression, though there was no suicide note, either. The investigation is ongoing.