Police Continue Searching For Missing Miramar Mother: Sources

Vilet Torrez has been missing over a month.

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    Miramar Police on Tuesday continued their search of area waterways looking for clues into the whereabouts of Vilet Torrez, who disappeared over a month ago, sources told NBC 6. Police have not officially confirmed they are looking for Torrez. Javier Blanco, her brother, said the family needs closure and are happy to see Miramar Police working to provide them with some answers.

    Miramar Police on Tuesday continued their search of area waterways looking for clues into the whereabouts of Vilet Torrez, who disappeared over a month ago, sources told NBC 6.

    Police have not officially confirmed they are looking for Torrez.

    Detectives and two cadaver dogs circled a small lake by boat and left a marker in one spot. The lake is off of Miramar Parkway just west of Red Road in an industrial area.

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    The man named a person of interest in the disappearance of his estranged wife is hopeful she will come home and be with their children, his attorney told NBC 6 on Thursday. "He says he?s innocent. He had nothing to do with her disappearance and he?s hopeful she?ll come home and be with the children and put the family back together," said Cid Torrez?s attorney Richard Della Fera. Vilet Torrez went missing on March 30.

    Police also searched an area of brush at Bass Creek Road near Interstate 75 and later moved to a small lake on Monarch Lake Blvd, which is just a few blocks from the Torrez home.

    Her best friend, brother and sister-in-law found out about the search and showed up too.

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    Monday marked four weeks since Vilet Torrez was reported as missing. The Miramar mother has not been seen for a bit longer -? an entire month. Her sister Nayiva Blanco says, "Ever since last night I?ve been thinking a lot about her."

    Javier Blanco, her brother, said the family needs closure and are happy to see Miramar Police working to provide them with some answers.

    "We're really interested in what they're doing and want to show our support as well," he said. "No, they haven't said anything to us. In fact, I didn't even know they were going to be here," he said.

    Torrez's best friend Clarissa Garcia said she had mixed emotions.

    "I'm sad but I'm happy in a way because maybe now we can get some closure on this and what really happened," she said.