Suspect still on the loose after “violent” murder
February 11, 2011, 8:19 am
The search is still underway for a suspect involved in the murder of 44 year old George “Teddy” Rivera. To make matters worse, the law enforcement investigating the crime is describing the murder as violent. According to the Police the murder of Rivera occurred between 3:00 pm and 4:00 pm, on January 9, 2011. He lived at 311 E. Buchanan Avenue, Orlando and was at his home with his three daughters when two Hispanic men wearing black t-shirts that read the word “Security” arrived. Rivera went outside to speak to the men and told his daughters he would be back soon, but sadly he never returned. Rivera’s wife reported him missing on the following day to the Orange County Sheriff’s Office. On February 7, a man walking his dog discovered Rivera’s decomposed body 40 yards off of Sweet Pea Court, Poinciana, in an un-developed wooded area. This location is roughly 3 miles from the suspect’s home. The suspects were seen driving a two colored jeep-type vehicle with red on the bottom and black on the top. Anyone with information about this investigation is urged to contact the Polk County Sheriff’s Office at 863-298-6200.
Source: My Fox Orlando