Mother located after a missing girl was found alone in Lauderdale Lakes
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – A little girl in Lauderdale Lakes has been reunited with her grandmother and mother, Friday evening, after being discovered wandering an apartment complex in Lauderdale Lakes earlier in the day. The Broward Sheriff’s Office had been searching for the parents or guardian of the little girl after she had been spotted in the Somerset apartments just before 10 a.m. in Lauderdale Lakes. At around 6 p.m., the Broward Sheriff’s Office came in contact with the girl’s mother. Fortunately, Broward Sheriff’s Office (BSO) deputies had found her in good spirits this morning and in good health. She was soon brought over to the BSO headquarters as they spent the afternoon searching for her parents’ or guardian’s whereabouts.
Pembroke Pines police searching for missing 73-year-old man
Published: January 29, 2020, 9:47 am Updated: January 29, 2020, 10:00 amPEMBROKE PINES, Fla. – Police are searching for a missing 73-year-old Pembroke Pines man who went missing after making suicidal threats. Dennis Bunce was last seen leaving Century Village and is possibly driving a 2007 white Chevrolet Cobalt with Florida tag 5647IM. Police say Bunce is 6 feet 1 inches tall, with a slim build and gray hair. Anyone with information on Bunce’s whereabouts is urged to call Pembroke Pines police at 954-431-2200.
Police ask public’s help in finding Florida girl missing for almost a week
CITRUS COUNTY, Fla. – Police in Central Florida are asking for the public’s help in finding a teenage girl who has been missing for nearly a week. 14-year-old Kayla Desiree-Marie Nienhuis was last seen on Jan. 11 in the Crystal River area and hasn’t been heard from since. Officials say Nienhuis is 5 feet 2 inches with brown eyes and hair. Anyone with information on Nienhuis’ whereabouts are urged to call the Citrus County Sheriff’s Office at 352-726-1121.
Police find missing Pembroke Pines girls
PEMBROKE PINES, Fla. – Pembroke Pines police have located two girls who were last seen jumping the fence at their school Tuesday. Ilya Campo, 12, and Rylee Layne, 11, were both wearing their school uniforms consisting of navy blue polo shirts and blue skirts when they were seen leaving campus at Franklin Academy at 5000 Southwest 207 Terrace. Police said the girls were found around 4 p.m. in Southwest Ranches. Both were in good health, police said. It’s unclear why they left campus or what they were doing during the time authorities were searching for them.
Vatican mystery over missing girl deepens as bones are found
ROME - The mystery of the 1983 disappearance of the 15-year-old daughter of a Vatican employee took yet another twist Saturday following excavations this week at a Vatican City cemetery. The Vatican said it had discovered two sets of bones under a stone slab that will be formally opened next week. On Saturday, Vatican spokesman Alessandro Gisotti said further searches had centered on the areas adjoining the princesses tombs. Italian media immediately speculated the remains could belong to Orlandi or another girl who went missing at around the same time. The Vatican immediately branded the document a fake, though it never explained what it was doing in the Vatican cabinet.
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.