Sylviane Finck Lozada: Police suspect foul play of missing Louisiana woman

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Sylviane

Sylviane Lozada, 51,  who lives in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, has not been heard from by her family since July 5,2011.  She was reported missing by her relatives in Belgium, when they could not get in touch with her.

Sylviane is a teacher at Brusly High School.  Police were searching for her husbands yellow Xterra, because they believed that Sylviane was driving it.  It was located Sunday morning at the home of a family friend in Prairieville, but learned it was left there by the family..

East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Casey Rayborn Hicks said that Oscar Lozada, Sylviane’s husband, and their daughter, boarded a plane in Dallas and went to Venezuela on July 9th.  They were scheduled to return July 14, but they have not.

Detectives found that Oscar Lozada had bought several five-gallon buckets with lids and multiple bags of concrete mix which they have not found.

When the authorities went to the family home they found that there was no furniture inside and it appeared vacant.  Later the police located the furniture, although they will not say where it was found.

Back in December, the police were called to the home because of a loud argument between Sylviane and Oscar.  Later that month, the police were called to the hospital as Sylviane had reported that her husband had pushed her down while they were fighting.

Sylviane is 5’4″ tall, 120 pounds, with brown hair and green eyes.

If you have any information about this case, please call 225-389-5000.

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