Young couple vanish after leaving restaurant in Florida FOUND

UPDATE:  2/5/16 – Miami-Dade police  confirmed Thursday evening that a car with plates that match that of the vehicle of Alexandra Picon and Brandon has been found near Southwest 268th Street and 107th Avenue, near the Black Point Marina in the lake, reports the Sun Sentinel.  There were two bodies inside.  The Miami-Dade Medical Examiner’s Office will determine the identification of the bodies inside.  Although Martha Picon announce on Facebook that the bodies were of the couple.  “I regret to inform you that Alexandra Picón And Brandon Arana unfortunately have been found deceased in a lake in south dade both bodies inside car.
Please, pray for the family. Thank all of you for your effort for re-posting and helping us with your prayers.” The car was found by aerial footage taken during the search for them and further investigation led authorities to a guardrail that showed damage and car parts laying on the ground.

Original story:  Police are looking for Alexandra Picon, 21, and Brandon Arana, 21,  have been missing since Sunday, Jan. 30. They were last seen at the Palms at Town and Country mall at the Cadillac Ranch in Kendall, Fla.  They may be driving in a red Toyota Corolla with Florida plates AGGI88 and their car registered at the SunPass in the Homestead area.. Arana is  5’8″ and weighs approximately 160 pounds with black hair, brown eyes and glasses.  Picon is 5’4″ and weighs approximately 118 pounds with green eyes and blonde hair.

Authorities ask that anyone with information contact the Miami-Dade Police Department Special Victims Bureau at 305-418-7200 or Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-8477 or leave a tip here.

The family has a GoFundMe page:  ” We are collecting funds in order to assist the investigation process. We have hired a private investigator to help find Ali.  Mom and Dad want their baby back home.  Family is desperate!!!!!”

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