PHOENIX (CBS) – Phoenix, Arizona police say a woman from Saugus died last week without suspicion of foul play. Angela Tramonte, 31, was found dead on July 30 after hiking Camelback Mountain with an off duty Phoenix police officer. Tramonte first visited Phoenix to see the man she had met on Instagram, according to her closest friends. READ MORE: Fourth Stimulus Check: Are We Any Closer To Another Aid Payment? Police said Tramonte and the unidentified officer went on a hike around 10 a.m. in the intense heat with no water to share on social media. The officer said they had an appointment at the car at a later date. When Tramonte did not show up and the officer could not find her, he said he called 911 around 1 p.m. and reported her missing. “At around 4:40 pm, Ms. Tramonte was off the Echo Canyon Trail next to a house on the northeast side of Camelback Mountain,” Phoenix police said in a statement. “Phoenix Fire staff responded finding that she was unresponsive other than resuscitation efforts, and she was pronounced deceased. No traumatic injuries were observed at the initial examination or discovered at autopsy. “At this point in time, there is no evidence that any foul play is suspected in connection with the tragic death of Ms. Tramonte,” Phoenix police said. “The City employee who was with Ms. Tramonte is a witness and is cooperating with the investigators. He has been given personal time off and has been offered resources to deal with this tragedy. ”The detectives are now waiting to hear from the coroner about the official cause of death and the manner in which Tramonte died. MORE NEWS: What was that halo around the sun? Angela Tramonte (Courtesy Photo) A GoFundMe page has been set up to bring Tramonte back to Massachusetts.