The disappearance of Lynda Meier is back in the headlines as police resume their search for the Hallandale woman who was last seen 3 years ago. We talk to CBS4’s Ted scouten who has been following the case since it broke.
As police and crime scene investigators return for a second day to search an Opa-locka field for signs of a woman who vanished three years ago, that woman’s best friend is afraid of what they might find.
Three years after a Hallandale Beach woman vanished after leaving her condo, the investigation has led police to a field in Opa-locka.
It’s been more than two years since Lynda Meier disappeared and authorities are still stumped as to what happened to the Hallandale Beach woman.
You saw them on the television news for four days this week: Cadaver – or human remains – dogs searching for the body of Lynda Meier in a scrub in Northwest Miami-Dade County.
After days of searching a woody 190-acre terrain in Miami Gardens for possible remains of a Hallandale Beach woman who disappeared over a year ago police have found nothing.
The search of a wooded section of Miami Gardens for possible remains of a Hallandale Beach woman who disappeared more than a year ago has ended for the day.
For a second day police using cadaver dogs searched a wooded area in Miami Gardens looking for evidence in the Lynda Meier’s disappearance case.
More than a year after the baffling and disturbing disappearance of a Hallandale Beach woman, the FDLE, along with other law enforcement agencies have gathered in Miami Gardens to search for evidence related to the disappearance of Lynda Meier.
The news that investigators are searching a Northwest Miami-Dade field for the possible remains of Lynda Meier, whose been missing over a year, is especially painful to her best friend of twenty two years.