BODY FOUND IN COSTA RICA IS FLORIDA WOMAN

FAMILY CONFIRMS BODY FOUND IN COSTA RICA IS MISSING FLORIDA WOMAN CARLA STEFANIAK

THE FAMILY OF CARLA STEFANIAK, A SOUTH FLORIDA WOMAN WHO WENT MISSING LAST WEEK, CONFIRMED THAT A BODY FOUND BY COSTA RICAN AUTHORITIES IS HERS.

The family of Carla Stefaniak, a South Florida woman who went missing last week, confirmed that a body found by Costa Rican authorities is hers. Authorities said Tuesday that they found what appeared to be the body of...

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