According to reports, the body found in an SUV from a retention basin in Florida is a woman who has been missing for more than three weeks.
Police looking for Belle Isle’s Stephanie Hollingsworth, 50, confirmed that the Chevy Tahoe that was fished out of the water Saturday night was hers, Fox 35 Orlando reported.
Her family was with seekers on Saturday afternoon when they discovered the submerged Tahoe with a drone, the station reported.
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The police then called a diving team who, according to the station, had found a body in the vehicle.
The family friend, Larry Miles, told the station in a statement that Hollingsworth’s husband and children are “all heartbroken today, just as they have been for 3 weeks.”
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“Today was closed so they can all grieve now,” he said.
Hollingsworth was last seen taking $ 20 in cash from an ATM on September 25th.
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Her disappearance was being investigated by the Belle Isle Police Department, which reported that she was suffering from some mental illness and in need of care.