After a woman was found dead in a Miami Beach hotel room, a homicide investigation was initiated

After a woman was found dead in a Miami Beach hotel room, a homicide investigation was initiated

A 47-year-old lady was discovered dead in a Miami Beach hotel that caters to flight crews; the door to her room was blocked by a mattress. Police have begun a homicide inquiry.

The victim, named by relatives as Marelbi Ruiz Lara, was discovered on Collins Avenue’s upscale seaside Sherry Frontenac Hotel on Tuesday evening, according to WPLG.

“MBPD received a contact from a woman asking a welfare check for her coworker, who was last seen on December 3,” police spokesman Ernesto Rodriguez said in an email to the site on Wednesday.

The killing is being investigated as a homicide, he told the Miami Herald, and “detectives are actively pursuing multiple leads.”

Nelson Tabares, the son of Lara’s lady, told NBC Miami from Colombia that his mother worked in the area and was staying at the hotel with her boyfriend.

Marelbi Ruiz Lara, aged 47, was discovered dead in a luxurious Miami Beach hotel frequented by flight personnel. Her boyfriend, who was staying at the motel with her, went missing.

After not hearing from her for many days, he reportedly became concerned and called the hotel to inquire about her 10th-floor room.

When security personnel attempted to enter the door, they discovered that a mattress was blocking it.

“They entered with brute force,” Tabares told the channel. “After utilizing force, hotel employees were unable to locate the items of the two residents. They were terrified. They were tense.”

WPLG claimed that Lara was staying at the motel with her boyfriend, who was rebuilding the facility.

According to NBC, authorities have not disclosed details about a suspect, but Tabares suspects the man killed her and then committed suicide in Sarasota.

Tuesday in Sarasota, according to the story, police have not confirmed a connection between the homicide and a suspected suicide on the side of Interstate 75.

The body of Lara was discovered after a coworker requested a welfare check.

The reason of death is still being investigated, and no suspect has been identified.

Wednesday at 10:30 a.m., the Miami-Dade Medical Examiner’s Office removed the woman’s body, and the cause of death is still under investigation.

A front desk agent told WPLG that the hotel is exclusive to airline pilots and flight attendants and is not open to the general public.

According to the station, Lara is not an airline employee.

Authorities stated that there was no threat to the general public, although locals and tourists were alarmed by the incident.

Alicia Darias told NBC Miami, “I think it’s an awful thing to have this kind of happening right in the center of the beach.”

Tuesday night, according to Desiree Arnold of Jacksonville, there was a considerable police presence.

“We are on vacation here. “We are about four hotels away, so I am wondering whether we are okay,” she told WPLG.

The Post has sought out for comment to the hotel.

 

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