Upkeep man who was an individual of curiosity in Miya Marcano’s disappearance discovered lifeless – Miya stays lacking

TSR Updatez: Authorities continue to search for 19-year-old Miya Marcano today after the person interested in her disappearance – a caretaker who worked in her apartment complex – was found dead by apparent suicide.

Authorities say the suspect, identified as 27-year-old Armando Manuel Caballero, showed a romantic interest in Miya, but the feelings were not reciprocal and she had turned him down several times. Miya was last seen on Friday at her home in the Arden Villas apartment complex in Orlando, where she also worked in the rental office.

Investigators later found that Caballero had access to a master key to the complex units, which they say got into Miya’s apartment just 30 minutes before Miya left her shift, according to @NBCNews.

The maintenance worker was found to be a person of interest in Miya’s disappearance, and Caballero has been issued an arrest warrant for breaking and entering her unit, officials said.

Although his body was found in his Seminole County apartment on Monday, it was not immediately clear when Caballero died, despite authorities saying, “He has been dead for some time.”

Miya remains missing and her family reportedly fears the worst.

“Miya is still missing, her disappearance is suspect and our detectives and family members obviously suspect a foul,” said Orange County Sheriff John Mina. “We’re still doing everything we can to find her.”

She disappeared just hours before she was due to fly home to Fort Lauderdale on Friday to be with her family.

“If she knew Miya, she would never be out of contact with them, never turn off her phone, never completely discharge her cell phone battery,” said Mina.

Detectives have Caballero’s silver Ford Fusion but, hoping for more information, asked someone in the area to call them if they spotted the vehicle over the weekend.

Miya is described as six feet tall, weighs 130 pounds, and has brown hair and green eyes.

According to the apartment complex, Miya was last seen wearing a red shirt, jeans, and a black hoodie.

Mina says the Orange County Sheriff’s office has 30 detectives handling this case full-time, but public tips are essential to locating Miya.

“No information is too small or too significant,” he said.

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