On December 19, 2021, the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call for service regarding a missing person. The reporter, Mrs. Ivonne Rosa, stated she last saw her daughter, Ms. Paola Marie Miranda-Rosa, on December 17, 2021, while visiting a relative in the Semoran Blvd area.
The investigation led to the Wekiwa State Park. The investigation remains active and ongoing. The Osceola County Sheriff’s Office in conjunction with the Orange County Sheriff’s utilized resources that were available to them to include aviation, drones, canoes, boats, scuba divers, and deployed approximately 150 law enforcement personnel from various agencies. Along with bloodhounds and search and rescue k9’s. Additionally, Mounted Patrol Units were deployed as well along with volunteers who searched on horseback and on foot. The search of the park began Tuesday evening until Thursday evening, covering several miles of terrain and waterways that would be accessible to Ms. Paola Marie Miranda-Rosa. Simultaneously, investigators followed up with leads that were provided, and we are actively monitoring social media and will continue to monitor tips that are received.
Based on the information collected thus far, foul play is not suspected. However, the search continues for Ms. Paola Marie Miranda-Rosa. We ask everyone to remain vigilant and assist in locating Ms. Miranda-Rosa by contacting us with any information regarding her location.