11 August, 2022

Family of missing Hispanic youth asks FBI for support

Miya Marcano, of 19 years, missing since 24 of September 2021, the red shirt on the left is the one he was last seen wearing. Photo taken from the Orange County Sheriff's Office website, Florida.
By Maria T. Morales

U.S – Miya Marcano's family, university student of 19 year old, missing last week, today asked the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI for its acronym in English) open an investigation to find the whereabouts of the young.

The family, resident in an Orlando community, Florida, cries for the absence of the young woman who was allegedly kidnapped by Armando Caballero, who was found dead, by local police.

The subject, pointed out from the beginning as allegedly responsible for the disappearance of the young, according to information he committed suicide in a place where he had worked.

The authorities released a video that shows Caballero with his hands covered with gloves and wearing a pink sheet., which his relatives recognized as Marcano's property.

The community has turned day and night accompanying the family, in search of the young; they organize vigils and prayers to ask for their return home.

The Orange County Sheriff's Office, spread photographs of Marcano and urges the population to call in case of information that leads to the whereabouts of the victim.