Emotional trauma may have kept Amy Lord from fleeing ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Jackie Ricciardi for The Boston Globe Friends and family of Amy Lord gathered at Gazebo Park in Wilbraham, for a vigil Wednesday night. Jackie Ricciardi for The Boston Globe Lord was kidnapped in South Boston Tuesday morning. Her body was later found in Hyde Park. Jackie Ricciardi for The Boston Globe Lord, 24, grew up in Wilbraham and graduated from Bentley University with a bachelor’s degree in 2011. Amy E. Lord was described as a "vibrant young woman" by her former high school cheerleading coach. Boston Police Department Lord and her vehicle were captured on surveillance video Tuesday, Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff Chief homicide prosecutor Edmond J. Zabin worked at the scene where Lord's body was discovered. Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff Police arrived at a staging area on Enneking Parkway near Smithfield Road in Hyde Park to search Stony Brook Reservation. Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff Boston Public Works dropped off a load of rakes to assist the police in their search. Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff Suffolk District Attorney Daniel F. Conley, left, met with officials at an entrance to the Stony Brook Reservation. Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff Without making comments, Suffolk District Attorney Daniel F. Conley left the staging area. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Neighbors on Logan Way talked about the burned out car belonging to Amy Lord, which was found nearby. Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff Dozens of officers filed in and out of the wooded area. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff The scene near Logan Way at Sterling Square Way in South Boston where Lord's car was found. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Amy Lord's apartment building in South Boston. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff A mailbox bearing Amy Lord's name on Dorchester Street in South Boston.