OSCEOLA COUNTY, Fla. (WESH) — The Osceola County Sheriff’s Office continues to search for 31-year-old Paola Marie Miranda-Rosa who went missing last month.
New video and photos of Miranda-Rosa taken by hikers show her wading in the Wekiva River on Dec. 18.
Previously, she was last reported seen visiting a relative near Semoran Boulevard on Dec. 17.
Family members of Miranda-Rosa positively identified her as being the person in the video.
Osceola County Sheriff Marcos Lopez, along with eight other specially-trained deputies will be at the Wekiva Springs Park searching the area Thursday, Jan. 6th, at 8 a.m.
The sheriff says they will be using a new portable underwater camera that can see into areas that would typically not be visible.
The search will for Miranda-Rose will stretch 4-and-a-half miles in the Wekiva River.
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