'We went to almost every area:' Searchers puzzled over case of missing woman found dead in Goshen pond

Domingo Ramos, of Keep Hope Alive 845, a group that had been spreading awareness about the incident, said "usually if a car goes missing we check the back roads... We checked parking lots, we went to almost every area," he said, including hotels.

News 12 Staff

Dec 9, 2022, 6:00 PM

Updated 581 days ago

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People involved in the search for a missing Hudson Valley woman who was discovered in a submerged vehicle on Thursday are puzzled as to how she could have been overlooked during initial search efforts.
Domingo Ramos, of Keep Hope Alive 845, a group that had been spreading awareness about the incident, said "usually if a car goes missing we check the back roads... We checked parking lots, we went to almost every area," he said, including hotels.
Blooming Grove police had been looking for Nicole Brown, 45, ever since she disappeared on Nov. 30 of this year.
Her body was discovered inside of a partially submerged car off Route 17 in Goshen on Thursday.


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