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Missing Person Florida Vanessa Cocly

April 6, 2016 – The body of Vanessa Cocly was found at the Sand Lake Courtyard Condominiums on Sand Lake Road and Orange Blossom Trail.  Authorities are searching for a person of interests by the name of Christian Penchi, 23.  He had what the police are calling an on-again-off-again relationship.  Penuchi may be driving a 2013 black Lexus with Florida license plate number: 735-RQI

Original story:

Vanessa Cocly has been missing since March 31, 2018 from Orange County in Orlando, Florida.  Vanessa was last seen leaving Cypress Street in Taft.  Her 2017 Nissan has recently been located.

Vanessa Cocly
Vanessa Cocly

She was to be with her family on Easter but did not show up.  She also did not show up at her new job.  

She was last seen wearing a maroon sweatshirt and a maroon dress with white strips. Her hair is in cornrows.

The Orange County Sheriff’s Office is asking the public to let them know if they have seen Vanessa.

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