The body of the 24-year-old woman who was swept out to sea Friday after attempting a swim near Land's End has been recovered and identified.

The woman's body was found early Saturday by searchers via helicopter, as the Chronicle reported. She had been missing for approximately 12 hours.

On Monday, the Marin County coroner identified the woman as Anahi Alejandra Rivero of San Jose. As the Marin Independent Journal reports, Rivero's body was brought to the Coast Guard station at the Marin Headlands.

Rivero had been with two friends at Mile Rock Beach Friday when she reportedly jumped into the surf to swim, and her friends said she quickly was taken out by the surf and they lost sight of her. A search that was suspended at 10 p.m. Friday night resumed Saturday, and then her remains were found.

As San Francisco Fire Department Chief Glenn Kircher told reporters Friday evening, "These coastlines here are really dangerous... you're taking a great risk by getting in the water."

Previously: 24-Year-Old Woman Swept Out To Sea Near Land's End, Search Called Off