Friends remember woman whose body found dismembered at Lake Underhill

No arrests made in murder of Olivia Diggs


ORLANDO, Fla. – Friends of a local woman who was murdered gathered at Lake Underhill Saturday afternoon to make sure her case is not forgotten.

There have been no arrests in the death of Olivia Diggs.

Susan Friel told News 6, she was Diggs’ best friend. But of all of the people at the vigil were touch by Diggs’ kindness.

"She brought me off the streets to get help. She was just a wonderful, wonderful person," said Friel.

Friends stood on the pier near where Diggs’ body and body parts were found washed ashore nearly two weeks ago.

"The love these people have for that woman, she was God's child, she loved the Lord," said Belinda Comacho.

"We were really close and even talking about marriage. Olivia wanted a home, she wanted her children and she wanted a Godly husband," a friend said.

Diggs’ friends told News 6 they are heartbroken, lost and angry.

"I'm hoping and praying they find the person who did this to her and justice be served," Comacho said.

Balloons were released at the vigil to remember a young woman who never forgot a friend.

Diggs was 32-years-old and left behind three children.

As far as leads, police have only said they found other evidence near the lake, but have not told News 6 what that was.

If anyone has information on this case, you're asked to contact Crimeline at 800-423-TIPS.

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