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March 22, 2011
Gary Davidson
Public Information Officer

PHOTOS RELEASED OF VEHICLES LINKED TO MISSING WOMAN 

Hoping to jog the memory of any potential witnesses, Volusia County Sheriff’s investigators released images on Tuesday of two vehicles linked to the suspicious disappearance of a Holly Hill woman now presumed dead.

Mandy Ciehanoski, 33, was reported missing by family members on Feb. 14. However, she hasn’t been seen since about a week before then. Last month, the Sheriff’s Office’s Major Case Unit declared the case a homicide and arrested a former boyfriend of the missing woman for impeding the investigation. Investigators consider Michael Annicchiarico a person of interest in the disappearance of Ciehanoski, but have found no trace of the missing woman. Charged with making a false report to law enforcement, providing false information to law enforcement during an investigation, grand theft and forgery, Annicchiarico remains in custody at the Volusia County Branch Jail in Daytona Beach on $11,500 bond.

In the days before her death, Ciehanoski was believed to be using a friend’s 1996, dark blue Ford F150 pickup truck that was later found abandoned at a park in Ormond Beach. Sheriff’s investigators released a picture of the truck on Tuesday along with a photo of a 2002 white, two-door Chevrolet Cavalier also connected to the case. The Sheriff’s Office is seeking information from anyone who may have seen either Ciehanoski, Annicchiarico or both on Feb. 7 in either one of the vehicles. Additionally, investigators say it’s possible that someone may recall having seen one of these vehicles on the side of the road or going into a wooded area on that rainy day in February. Anyone with information about Annicchiarico or the whereabouts of Ciehanoski is asked to contact Sheriff’s investigator Beth Fortin at (386) 248-1777.

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