MiamiHerald / The charred remains of a vehicle found in Miami Gardens match the description of the car belonging to a Barry University student whose puzzling murder still has not been solved, police said Wednesday.
Miami police said they were alerted to the burning car at Myrtle Grove Elementary School on Tuesday night by a media outlet. Since then, detectives — who have not officially said the car belongs to 19-year-old Priscilla Torres — have been combing its remains for forensics and checking for any nearby surveillance video.
“It matched the description,” said Miami police officer and spokesman Michael Vega. “They haven’t officially said this is, or isn’t, the vehicle.”
DEVELOPING Police find a burned car matching the description of the one that belonged to murdered 19YO student Priscilla Torres @CBSMiami pic.twitter.com/2FJ9tXGrwe
— RIELLE CREIGHTON (@Rielletvnews) February 14, 2018