MYSTERY as diving team finds 32 cars submerged in a lake on their mission to solve 40 missing persons cold cases

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  • Collectively, the volunteer team have found 60 submerged vehicles across the US that are possibly linked to crimes
  • Ken Fleming and Doug Bishop said that they stumbled upon the vehicles, which were most likely dumped during criminal activities

Divers in Florida have uncovered a total of 32 cars submerged in a lake that are expected to be linked to criminal cold cases.

Ken Fleming and Doug Bishop said that they stumbled upon the vehicles, which were most likely dumped during criminal activities, in their bid to help solve missing person cases in Doral, near Miami International Airport.

The volunteer divers are now working with Miami-Dade County to remove all the vehicles from the murky water near Northwest 87th Avenue and 13th Terrace – before they start to look into any potential cold cases connection.

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Fleming told 7News: ‘When we discover a spot like this with multiple vehicles, it pretty much indicates that a crime where they’re disposing the vehicles and hiding them from law enforcement.’

The volunteers use sonar technology after doing their research on where clues on missing people cases might located.

He added: ‘We have a giant database of our own that we extract.’We have 40 that we’re targeting right now of folks that disappeared, anywhere from two or three months ago to 30, 40 years ago.’

Collectively, the volunteer team have found 60 submerged vehicles across the US that are possibly linked to crimes.

Doug Bishop said: ‘It’s about providing answers for families where they don’t have them.’

Departments, respectfully, have to justify their use of resources, and when a case goes cold, we have the ability to step in.

‘We don’t have to justify our use of resources, and we can help eliminate the drag on personnel locally.

‘We can do this, we specialize in it, we can do it on a high level and do so as volunteers.’

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