Deputies look for car in suspicious death case

Deputies treating case as 'suspicious death'

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. - Deputies say they have found a 32-year-old man dead in a pool of blood inside of his home Monday evening on Lake Sharp Drive.

The man's body was discovered in a house, located in the Watermill subdivision in Orange County, west of SR-417 and Dean Road, by a family member who called 911, according to deputies.

Deputies said this case is being treated as a suspicious death.

Authorities said they are searching for a dark-colored Mercury Villager driven by a Hispanic or black male that was spotted in the area at the time of the incident.

The victim's identity hasn't been released pending the medical examiner's investigation.

Neighbors say the incident has them on edge.

"How come we don't know whether he was killed with a knife, gun, drug overdose? There were people who live in the house, we have families, we need to know what's going on," said Robert Agagnina. "As a person who lives in this neighborhood, was there violence showed in the house?"

Contact Orange County Sheriff's if you have information on the incident.

"You know, the kids come up here and play everyday. If there is something really suspicious, if there is something violent that happened then we need to know. We need to know it now, we don't need to know it in a week or a month, we need to know it now," said Agagnina.

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