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Woman was kidnapped in broad daylight — now authorities think they found her body in burning car

by John Jefferson
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Deputies say footage depicts an armed suspect exiting a green Acura and carjacking a white Dodge Durango that was driven by Katherine Altagracia Guerrero De Aguasvivas, screen in the inset. (Image of Aguasvivas: Seminole County Sheriff’s Office; screenshot via the sheriff’s office by way of Spectrum News)

Though they were still working on positive identification, deputies think they found a kidnapped woman dead in a burning car. It was an hour and 45 minutes from the time a masked suspect forcibly entered the white Dodge Durango driven by Katherine Altagracia Guerrero De Aguasvivas, 31, in Seminole County, Florida, and the time that authorities south in Osceola County received a call for service for gunshots and the burning vehicle.

Seminole County Sheriff Dennis Lemma said in a press conference Friday that based on the relatively compressed amount of time, investigators think it was a direct route from the kidnaping scene to the scene of the fire.

But he cited the ongoing investigation when leaving a lot of questions unanswered. Even authorities are not quite sure why Aguasvivas, a resident of the Miami-Dade County city of Homestead, was up in their neck of the woods.

Authorities wrote Thursday that a witness recorded a suspect emerging from a green Acura to kidnap Aguasvivas, who was driving a white Dodge Durango.

“Just before 6:00 p.m. this evening (April 11, 2024), a witness recorded a possible carjacking in progress at the intersection of East Lake Drive and Tuskawilla Road in the Winter Springs area of unincorporated Seminole County,” they wrote. “In the video, an armed suspect, believed to be a white or Hispanic male, in a black hoodie, what appears to be a Halloween mask, and dark clothing can be seen pointing a weapon at the driver of a white Dodge Durango, (Florida’s License Plate KVFF22) and then getting in the back driver’s side door.”

Lemma characterized the mask as a ski or ninja-style mask.

Authorities described the second suspect as male and as a white or Hispanic person driving the Acura. The vehicle’s license plate was obscured, they said.



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