Missing for five days, Broward detectives are still searching for 42-year-old Roseann Difiore.
She was last seen inside her Parkland townhouse around 11 p.m. Wednesday. The next morning, she was gone without a trace. Detectives said her husband thought she went to work in her dark gray, 2013 Lexus. Then, a message.
"It wasn't until 9:30 Thursday morning when he received that text from his wife, he says, indicating that she was going to harm herself," Mike Jachles, a spokesperson for the Broward County Sheriff's Office said.
Right now, Difiore's husband Neil Rosen is not a suspect or person of interest in her disappearance, but he has been on the radar of police before.
He was accused of killing an ex-girlfriend Michelle Davis in Weston in 1991. He was found not guilty in trial. A few months later, he plead guilty to stalking his ex-wife, which included threatening phone calls. In some recordings, he threatens to kill her.
A neighbor of the couple told NBC 6 what Difiore told her about her husband over days at the pool.
"I know they've had some issues," neighbor Lisa Nirenberg said. "He's a little nuts. She does her own thing."
Rosen did not answer the door to an NBC 6 reporter, but detectives said he is cooperating with them.
Call Broward Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS if you have any information.