This will be our 2nd holiday without Lilly Aramburo. The feeling of great loss and grieving hasn't stopped since her disappearance but Christmas is especially arduous. Emotions are raw. Most of Lily's family is processing through this the same way we would with a death, except there’s no closure because Lilly's body has not been found.
In the midst of all this suffering, there has been some progress though. Lilly's mother, Lucely, requested a meeting with Captain Janna L. Bolinger-Heller from Miami Dade Police Department, she kindly agreed. Lucely, Joe Carrillo (private investigator), and I met with the Captain and Lieutenant Normando Gregorisch yesterday. It was our first time meeting Captain Heller in person, as well as Lieutenant Gregorisch. I must say, it was a very positive meeting. Obviously, I can't disclose any details since it involves an open investigation. The last thing I want is to compromise the case and let violent criminals get away with murdering my friend. If all goes well, and everyone keeps to their word, I have no doubt...the truth will come out and this case will finally be transferred to homicide.
Please light a candle and say a prayer for Lilly and her family.
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