The Orange County Sheriff's Office in Florida released a timeline of events in the death of Miya Marcano.
The Valencia College student went missing Friday, Sept. 24 after she was last seen at Arden Villas Apartment complex, which is where she lived and worked. The building's maintenance worker, Armando Caballero, was named as a suspect.
Caballero was found dead from an apparent suicide several days after Miya's disappearance.
On Saturday, officials said Miya's body was found.
Here's everything we know:
Deadbolt to Miya’s apartment opened by on-call maintenance key fob known to be in the possession of Armando Caballero, a maintenance man at the Arden Villas Apartments.
Deadbolt to Miya’s apartment opened by on-call maintenance key fob.
Miya uses her key fob to enter her apartment.
Caballero’s vehicle leaves Arden Villas Apartments, where Miya was last seen. She lived at the apartment complex and worked in the leasing office.
Caballero places fake maintenance call.
Caballero contacts apartment office staff and asks to be let in the gate. (Orange County Sheriff’s Office says this was an attempt to establish an alibi.)
Caballero leaves the area of Arden Villas in his vehicle.
8:20 p.m. – 8:40 p.m.
Caballero’s phone is at or near Tymber Skan Apartments, where he left Miya’s body.
Miya’s mother calls OCSO to report that she couldn’t reach Miya.
An OCSO deputy is dispatched to Arden Villas apartments and arrives at 10:02 p.m. for a well-being check requested by Miya’s mother.
Deputy meets with Miya’s family at Arden Villas.
Casselberry PD stands by while Miya’s family looks through Caballero’s apartment with his permission.
Caballero leaves his apartment. This is the last time he is seen.
Detectives consider Caballero a suspect in Miya’s disappearance.
OCSO detectives secure Caballero’s apartment as they write a search warrant to submit to a judge.
Last text message is sent from Caballero’s phone.
OCSO detectives execute search warrant on Caballero’s apartment.