According to reports, the body found in an SUV pulled from a fixed pool in Florida appeared to be the body of a woman who had been missing for more than three weeks.
According to Fox 35 Orlando, police are searching for 50-year-old Stephanie Hollingsworth on Bell Island. The person confirmed that the Chevrolet Tahoe fished out of the water on Saturday night belonged to her.
The station reported that her family was with search personnel on Saturday afternoon when they used a drone to spot the submerged Tahoe.
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According to the station, the police then called a diving team, which found the body in the car.
Family friend Larry Miles told the radio station in a statement that Hollingsworth’s husband and children “today are as broken as they were three weeks ago.”
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He said: “The closure today makes them all feel sad now.”
Hollingsworth finally withdrew $20 in cash from the bank’s ATM on September 25.
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Bell Island Police Department is investigating her disappearance. The police department reported that she has some mental illness and needs care.