Loisisnett Garcia Rengel: Missing after walking kids to school Found

UPDATE:  The police have confirmed that the body of missing Loisisnett has been found.  She was in a retention pond at the Eagle Creek subdivision, about 10 feet from the shore .  She was discovered by a deputy who was retracing her steps.

Lois recently moved to Orlando from Venezuela,. Her family said she suffered from Depressions and bipolar disorder, and she was on medication.

Authorities said on the day she went missing they received a 911 call from Loisisnett at 9:19 a.m. The woman, later to be identified as Loisisnett, seemed disoriented, had difficulty speaking and was sobbing, and the caller did not ask for help from authorities, but wanted to make sure that somebody could pick up her children when they returned from school and that they were safe.

“She was calling to make certain that someone checked on her kids. The person appeared to be distraught, we came out and searched the area,” said the police.

Loisisnett Garcia Rengel, 41, was last seen walking her children to the Lake Nona Middle School in Orange County Florida on Tuesday and hasn’t been seen since.

Loisisnett and her family are residents of the Eagle Creek subdivision in Southeast Orlando.

Her husband reported her missing Tuesday afternoon.  The authorities have done a foot and air search but have not found her.

Loisisnett is 5’4″ tall, with black hair.  She was wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt, blue jeans and white sneakers.

If you have any information please call 407-836-3457.

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