TSR UPDATE: Authorities continue to search for 19-year-old Mia Marcano, a man interested in her disappearance একজন a maintenance worker working in her apartment complex has been found dead by suicide.
Authorities say 27-year-old Armando Manuel Caballero, a suspect, showed romantic interest in Mia but the feelings were not reciprocal and he rejected her several times. Mia was last seen at her home in the Arden Villas apartment complex in Orlando last Friday where she also worked in the leasing office.
Investigators later found that Caballero had a master key access to the complex units, which they say Mia entered Mia’s apartment 30 minutes before she left her shift, according to BC NBC News.
Officials said maintenance worker Mia was determined to be the person interested in the disappearance and an arrest warrant was issued against Caballero for theft and it was alleged that he allowed her to remain inside his unit.
His body was found in his Seminole County apartment on Monday, but it was not immediately clear when Caballero died, although authorities said he had been dead for some time.
Mia is still missing and her family fears the worst.
Orange County Sheriff John Mina said, “Mia is still missing, her disappearance is suspicious and our detectives and family members clearly suspect bad deeds.” “We’re still doing everything we can to find him.”
He went missing a few hours before he was due to return home to Fort Lauderdale to be with his family on Friday.
“Knowing Mia, she will never contact them, never turn off her phone, never let her phone’s battery run out completely,” Mina said.
Detectives have a Silver Ford Fusion in Caballero, but hoping for more information, they told someone in the area to call when they saw the car over the weekend.
Mia is described as 5 feet tall, weighs 130 pounds and has brown hair and green eyes.
According to the apartment complex, Mia was last seen wearing a red shirt, jeans and a black hoodie.
Mina says detect0 detectives in the Orange County Sheriff’s Office are working full-time on the case, but public advice is important to find Mia.
“No information is too small or too significant,” he said.
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