Family members claimed that 19-year-old Miya Marcano was “kidnapped” and taken out of the apartment window

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As the search for 19-year-old Miya Marcano entered its sixth day, the family revealed more things believed to have happened to her. On Thursday, they continued their investigation. Investigators from the Orange County Sheriff’s Office were seen walking through the apartment complex on Wednesday. Arden Villa is a complex of Miya Marcano’s work and life. Armando Caballero, 27, was also involved in the case. He worked as a maintenance worker before he was found dead in an apparent suicide on Monday. Marcano’s family believed she was still alive and revealed evidence in her room that she took it out from the window, not the front door. “Mia was kidnapped. Mia was kidnapped out of her room in Arden Villa from the window of her bedroom. I” I call for all resources, the FBI, we need you,” Mia’s aunt Semon Wei Stemas said. “We want to find Miya, no matter who is involved, if except Armando, we ask you to find them. “The last time I saw Miya Miya Marcano The last time I saw Miya Marcano was off work at around 4:30 pm on Friday. Orange County Sheriff’s Office. She worked at the Arden Villa and lived there. Her family said she was Booked a flight to Fort Lauderdale on Friday night, but she never boarded the plane. After Marcano was declared missing, Caballero decided to become an interested person. His vehicle died in him It was found near the scene and taken away as evidence. Authorities stated that Cavallero had been working as a maintenance worker at the complex since June. Orange County Sheriff John Mina said that Cavallero expressed his views on Marr. Cano’s romantic interest has been repeatedly denied by the teenager. Ma Cano’s father said that he spoke to his daughter on Friday afternoon, but she did not hear from her when she got off work. Mina said to maintain — the master key owned by Caballero It was used to enter Marcano’s apartment about 30 minutes before she was about to leave work at 4:30 pm. On the same day, a mobile video shot appeared to show him in the parking lot of an apartment building. Two days ago, he apparently committed suicide.” He is trying to leave. His lamp went out. He said, “Are you looking for Mia?” I said,’Who are you? He said,’I am a maintenance worker. I heard you were looking for me,'” Westmaas said. “I didn’t know who this person was at the time. “Forensic experts gave their views on the case. David Thomas is a professor of forensic research at Florida Gulf Coast University, a senior researcher at the National Police Foundation and a retired law enforcement officer. He said that the meticulous work carried out at this stage of the case may take time. “You really understand the life of the victim, which is called victimology,” he said. “You really study the person’s full background, what is the relationship, what is the relationship, and what is involved. “You are looking for any evidence, clues or ideas, and you want to eliminate any possibility,” Thomas said. “Suspect, you are looking for information that can connect you to her.” “He said that technology now plays an important role in cases where someone is missing.” Our mobile phones, when we pass by a house, it will be registered in that house,” Thomas said. “To reduce this number, It usually takes about a month to get the digital footprint and know exactly where the phone is. ”

As the search for 19-year-old Miya Marcano entered its sixth day, the family revealed more things believed to have happened to her.

Residents received a letter from Arden Villas telling them that law enforcement will enter their storage rooms and garages on Thursday to continue their investigation.

Investigators from the Orange County Sheriff’s Office were seen walking through the apartment complex on Wednesday.

Arden Villa is a complex of Miya Marcano’s work and life. Armando Caballero, 27, was also involved in the case. He worked as a maintenance worker before he was found dead in an apparent suicide on Monday.

Marcano’s family believed she was still alive and revealed evidence in her room that she took it out from the window, not the front door.

“Miya was kidnapped. Miya was kidnapped out of her room in Arden Villas from the window of her bedroom. I am calling for all resources, the FBI, we need you,” Miya’s aunt Semone Westmaas said. “We hope to find Miya, no matter who it is, if it’s not just Armando, we ask you to find them.”

Last time I saw Mia

The last time Miya Marcano was seen was off work at around 4:30 pm on Friday. According to the Orange County Sheriff’s Office. She used to work in the Arden Villa and also lives there. Her family said she had booked a flight to Fort Lauderdale on Friday night, but she never boarded the plane.

After Marcano was declared missing, Caballero was identified as an interested person. His vehicle was found near the scene of his death and has been taken away as evidence.

The authorities stated that Caballero had been working as a maintenance worker in the complex since June. Orange County Sheriff John Mina said that Caballero expressed his romantic interest in Marcano, but the teenager repeatedly denied it.

Marcano’s father said that he spoke with his daughter on the phone on Friday afternoon, but did not hear from her when she got off work.

Mina said that, as we all know, Caballero has a master keychain issued by maintenance. For the past 30 minutes, she would enter Marcano’s apartment before the end of the shift 4:30 pm

Semone Westmaas, Miya Marcano’s aunt, said she met Armando Caballero on Saturday.That is the same day The cell phone video taken appeared to show him in the parking lot of an apartment building. He apparently committed suicide two days ago.

“He is trying to leave. His light is out. He said, “Are you looking for Mia?” “I said,’Who are you? He said,’I am a maintenance worker. I heard you are looking for me,'” Westmaas said. “I didn’t know who this person was at the time.”

Forensic experts express their views on the case

Dr. David Thomas is a professor of forensic research at Florida Gulf Coast University, a senior researcher at the National Police Foundation, and a retired law enforcement officer.

He said that the meticulous work at this stage of the case may take time.

“You really have to understand the life of the victim. This is called victimology,” he said. “You really did research on this person to understand their entire background, their relationship, and the things they were involved in.”

“Literally, entering her residence and tearing it apart with a fine-toothed comb, are you looking for any evidence, any clues or ideas, and want to eliminate any possibility,” Thomas said. “Suspect, you are looking for information, things that will connect you to her.”

He said that technology now plays an important role in cases where someone is missing.

“Our cell phone, when we pass by a house, it will register in that house,” Thomas said. “To narrow this number, it usually takes about a month to get the digital footprint and know exactly where the phone is.”

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