She sought clues about a woman who disappeared in Florida 5 years ago while pursuing a professional wrestling career
Tampa, Florida. Florida authorities continue to pursue leads in the case of a missing woman who was last seen in Brevard County in 2016.
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement said this week that Samantha Fiedler was last seen on November 19, 2016, when she was 29.
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Fiedler, of Alberta, Canada, came to Florida in March 2016 to pursue a career in wrestling and entertainment and has spent time in Polk, Orange, Miami-Dade, Brevard, Broward, Osola and Seminole counties, officials said.
Investigators said they believed that those who knew Fiedler while she was in Florida may have information that could solve the case.
“We are concerned for her safety because Ms. Fiedler’s family has not heard from her for five years and has not posted anything on social media. Please help us provide answers for her family and her three children,” said FDLE Special Agent in charge of Tampa, Marc Brutnell.
The FDLE began investigating Fiddler’s disappearance last year at the request of the Bartow Police Department.
Officials said agents have interviewed family members and friends in Florida and Canada.
The Fiddler has been described as white/Native American, 5 feet 7 inches tall and 118 pounds, with red, brown or blonde hair.
Anyone who knew Fiddler while she was in Florida or has information about her whereabouts are asked to contact FDLE Tampa at 800-226-1140.
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