Windermere military perplexing to brand women in photos

December 9, 2015 - photo frame

The Windermere Police Department is seeking for a public’s assistance in identifying several women, some of whom might no longer be alive.

Windermere military pronounced they wish to check on their reserve and well-being.

“We are not certain if they are harmed,” Chief David Ogden said. “We’re not certain if they’re safe. We’re not certain if they’re even alive, to be honest with you. Some of a biggest fears are that these cases are so aged that maybe there’s somebody out there that isn’t alive any longer.

“We’re only not certain about that. That’s because this is vicious and that’s because it’s important,” Ogden added.

On Tuesday, investigators expelled 14 crime bulletins along with photos of 9 women, tattoos and jewelry.

Former FBI taskforce representative James Copenhaver pronounced a images, display a women in compromising positions, speaks volumes.

“Keep in mind these women are potentially victims, oblivious or unappreciative that they’re victims. If you’re give some form of ethanol or piece and we tumble defunct or you’re upheld out, positively one could take advantage of these women,” explained James Copenhaver, who now works in Central Florida as a private investigator. 

“It could have been a fatal sip that could have indeed taken a life of one or some-more of these women,” Copenhaver added. 

Police did not contend because they are looking for a women though pronounced a photos were taken before 2011. They consider a women are from a Central Florida area. Ogden pronounced a dialect has been questioning a box given 2012.

In Mar 2015, Windermere military expelled crime bulletins for dual women they are perplexing to brand and expelled them again Tuesday along with new ones.

“I consider a time frame, as we know, some time ago when we expelled a few of a pictures, we told we that we weren’t certain of a time frame. So right now, all we know is we’ve narrowed it down to anywhere between 2006 and 2012.

“That creates it really difficult,” Ogden said. 

“No matter what occurred to these women, they’re mothers, daughters, sisters and they need to be located and identified, to make certain they are OK and safe,” Copenhaver said.

Anyone with information is asked to hit Detective John Allen of a Windermere Police Department during 407-909-5306.

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