Interested person “rejected” by a missing Florida college student kills himself


Via Instagram / Orange County Security Office

Via Instagram / Orange County Security Office

A local government in Orlando, Florida said on Monday that a maintenance worker who had been identified as interested in the disappearance of 19-year-old Miyamarkano, who had been missing since Friday, was found dead by apparent suicide. Stated.

Orange County Security Officer John Mina, a maintenance employee where Miyamarkano lived and worked, Armando Manuel Caballero, 27, repeatedly expressed “romantic interest” to second-year students at the University of Valencia and used it to enter her home. Said he had a master key to be. ..

According to sheriffs, he apparently committed suicide and died “for quite some time” when investigators found his body in a Seminole County apartment complex on Monday afternoon.

Mina said the discovery of Caballero’s body was the latest in an ongoing search for Marcano after disappearing on Friday before boarding a plane returning home on the weekend. Before disappearing, Mina said Caballero had made unwanted romantic progress towards her teens.

“Obviously, his romantic progress was rejected by Miya,” Mina said.

Sheriffs said on Monday that investigators learned that Caballero’s “known possession” master key was used to enter her apartment around 4:30 pm on Friday. Stated.She was last seen around 5 pm

According to sheriffs, Caballero has been working as a conservative in the Arden Villas apartment, where Marcano lived, since June. Office staffHowever, due to his progress, he was “repeatedly rejected” by Marcano.

Mina was reported at a press conference on Monday that Marcano’s disappearance was “suspicious,” and detectives said “weekends” to identify where she went after being last seen around 5 pm on Friday. “All the time,” he said he was working. It is located in the Arden Villas Apartment Complex, about 1 mile from the Central Florida University campus in Orlando.

According to the security office, 30 detectives are still looking for young women. The young woman’s family is distraught at her disappearance.

UCF officials urged members of the community On twitter To support Marcano’s search activities.

Many of the young female relatives who wept at the press conference traveled from Fort Lauderdale to Orlando to plead with detectives to find Marcano after failing to board the plane to return home as planned.

“We will not leave here without an answer,” Miya’s aunt Semone Westmars told reporters. According to the video Shared by Orlando Sentinel On Monday prior to a press conference two hours after the detective found Caballero’s body. Westmaas vowed that the family would not leave Orlando “until she took Miya home.”

“Keep praying for Miya,” Westmars said. “Don’t give up Miya. I think Miya is alive.”

Marcano’s dad, Marlon Marcano, formerly Told WESH He last talked to his daughter on Friday afternoon, when she missed the plane and he wasn’t contacted by her at the end of her work.

Since her disappearance, West Mars has said she is eager to help her relatives, friends, and even strangers take her home.

Miya’s dad has been posting a photo of her daughter on his Instagram page since Friday, asking for help in finding her, and in a post on Monday that his ears “want” for her daughter’s return. ..

“I haven’t slept or eaten for days,” he wrote in his latest article. Instagram post.. “Baby, where are you ??? The whole family is looking for you here. We won’t stop until you get home. I’m slowly getting crazy here. “

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