Police find body in NW Cape Coral during Ruiz investigation – Fox 4

Police find body in NW Cape Coral during Ruiz investigation - Fox 4
Body found in Cape Coral is missing Diane Ruiz, family confirms
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While searching the area Thursday, police discovered the body. The department has blocked off property between NW 1st Avenue and NW 1st Street in a quiet neighborhood behind a Sams Club.

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Many have been asking since both Diane Ruiz and Kristine Melton worked in the service industry, is there a cause for concern for other workers in the service industry in Cape Coral?

Body matching description of missing bartender found, Cape Coral police say

CAPE CORAL, Fla. – A body was found in a field behind a house in the area of the 100 block of NW 4th Place in Cape Coral.

Master Sgt. Patrick OGrady said they are waiting for the county medical examiner after finding the body outside about 1:30 p.m. It was not immediately known when the person died.

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Police said Wednesday that a person of interest was in custody. OGrady said that person remains in custody on unrelated charges and they are not yet releasing a name.

They can't confirm yet if it is Ruiz because they are waiting on the medical examiner, according to Cape Coral police.

Police said Ruiz disappearance is linked to a suspicious death in the 4800 block of Tudor Drive, Cape Coral, on Monday, where they located Kristine Ann Melton, 35.

Kristine Melton's car, the Black Nissan that police were searching for, was also found. Police believe the person of interest was driving the car.

The Cape Coral Police Department would like to reiterate that a person of interest in these two cases is in custody and there is no imminent threat to the public.

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