EBR Detectives looking for missing Belgian woman
BATON ROUGE- East Baton Rouge Sheriff's detectives are looking for a missing Belgian woman who was living in Baton Rouge with a work visa.
Detectives say 51-year-old Sylviane Finck Lozada was last heard from by her family in Belgium on July 11. She typically spoke with her family on a daily basis, according to detectives.
Lozada was a teacher at Brusly High School. A co-worker contacted Sheriff's detectives to report her missing.
Lozada is about 5 feet 4 inches tall with brown hair and green eyes. Detectives are also looking for a 2001 yellow Nissan Xterra with license plate KLK838. Detectives say Lozada's husband and daughter boarded a plane in Dallas, Texas and traveled to Venezuela on July 9.
Anyone with information about Lozada's whereabouts are asked to contact the East Baton Rouge Sheriff's Office at 225-389-5000.
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