Couple wanted in questioning switched cars on Tuesday. Woman writes “Sorry for your loss” on her Facebook Page
The plot continues to thicken in the case of a Florida firefighter, Jerry Perdomo, missing and last seen in Bangor Maine on February 16th. His rental vehicle was found the following day in a Wal Mart parking lot.
The couple who are being questioned in the case switched cars on Tuesday.
It is now blatantly obvious that there are plenty of details which are not being shared by Police. I am sure this has to do with the integrity of their investigation.
Perdomo was last seen wearing a back zip-up hooded sweat shirt, shorts and black sneakers. He’s described as being Puerto Rican, 5-foot-11, about 200 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes. He works at Station 41 and has been with the department since 2009.
A Bangor couple who police interviewed in connection with a missing person case switched vehicles at a car dealership on Kennedy Memorial Drive earlier this week.
Police on Thursday impounded the vehicle the couple left behind after receiving a tip from the dealership.
Rod Pelkey, a manager at Lee Credit Now, said Daniel Porter, 24, and Cheyanne Nowak, 25, purchased a car sight-unseen from a Bangor office, then drove to Oakland on Tuesday to pick it up. While there, the couple asked Pelkey if they could leave their old car until they returned from a trip to Florida.
Pelkey said he read a newspaper story on Thursday about police seeking Porter and Nowalk in connection with the disappearance of firefighter Jerry Perdomo of Orange City, Fla., who was last seen Feb. 16. Police said they believed they were traveling in a white 2002 Mitsubishi Lancer, the car the couple left at the dealership.
Yet, Cheyanne Nowak states on her facebook page:
Cheyanne: “I’m Sorry for your loss”
Loss? What loss? Perdomo is only missing at this point.
Much of Cheyanne’s facebook page is secure and only viewable by friends. The message above was written around 2am this morning.
Daniel Porter’s last update on his facebook page was in August of 2011.
The couple has now been interviewed by Bangor, Maine police about Perdomo.
The Seminole County IAFF Local 3254 is sending two firefighters to Maine today to assist police with the investigation. If they can be of service, Local 3254 will send more firefighters to help.
The case has also been featured on the Bangor, Maine PD FB Missing persons page.
The Missing in Maine Facebook page also has plenty of comments about the case. View it here
The Armchair Detectives Facebook page has more. View it here