Dive teams recover 10 cars submerged in Florida lake
DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla. — Dive teams from several Florida agencies spent days pulling cars out of a Deerfield Beach lake and are now working to piece together how they got there. >> Read more trending newsThe cars were initially found by Guardians for the Missing, WTVJ reported. Two vehicles were identified underwater in the larger lake, and another eight in the smaller one. The goal of the joint operation is to recover any submerged vehicles, investigate the circumstances surrounding their presence in Sailboat Lake, and continue BSO’s efforts to clear Broward County waterways. Of the vehicles retrieved, three were confirmed stolen, and none were connected with any missing person, according to the newspaper.wftv.com
Tracy Ocasio disappeared 11 years ago
Ocasios vehicle was found abandoned on Franklin Street in Ocoee. Ocasio family members told News 6 in 2013 that they believe she is dead. "In our mind, we know circumstances tell us she's probably not with us, but in our hearts, we always say, 'What if?'" Anyone with information about Ocasios whereabouts is asked to call Detective Matt Serrao at 407-554-7210 or Crimeline at 800-423-8477. Ocoee police said every tip is investigated to its fullest.
Vatican to open tombs in bid to solve 36-year-old cold case
The clue led the family to a wall in the Teutonic cemetery which features an angel pointing. Gisotti said the operation would be a "complex organization of personnel and machinery" involving the Vatican Gendarmerie in addition to Vatican construction workers. The Teutonic Cemetery is adjacent to Saint Peter's Basilica. The Orlandi case has enthralled Italians and sparked numerous conspiracy theories, which have pointed the finger at everyone from the Mafia to the Vatican itself. It was not the first time De Pedis' name had been linked to the Orlandi case.