A person of interest who might have been involved in the disappearance of Florida resident Miya Marcano,19, was found dead on Monday.
The Orlando woman was last seen on Friday around 5 p.m. at the Arden Villas near the University of Central Florida.
Marcano was expected to board a flight to Fort Lauderdale but she never showed up. Her family and local authorities have ruled her disappearance as suspicious and they believe foul play has played a role.
On Monday, Armando Manuel Caballero,27, was found deceased at another apartment complex in a nearby county after he was listed as a person of interest.
Orange County Sheriff John Mina said in a statement that Caballero showed romantic interest in Marcano but she repeatedly rejected his advances.
He worked as a maintenance employee at Marcano’s apartment complex. Prior to her disappearance, Cabellero reportedly entered Marcano’s apartment with a master key around 4:30 p.m. before she ended her shift at the leasing office.
An arrest warrant was issued for Cabellero after he illegally entered her home allegedly. The investigation is still ongoing after Caballero and his vehicle has been recovered from his home.