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The manhunt for Rossana Delgado’s five suspected killers continues nearly two weeks after the Atlanta mother went missing while working as a Lyft driver.

Rossana disappeared on April 16 shortly after speaking to her husband on the phone. According to her husband, Rossana said that she was taking a passenger to a mall in Chamblee called Plaza Fiesta and would return home afterwards. When she never came back to their Barrow County home several hours later, her husband reported her missing.

Plaza Fiesta surveillance footage has revealed that Rossana was last seen in a Ross store next to another woman. Rossana’s husband later tracked her phone to a home in DeKalb County and then to a public storage unit on Covington Highway. The 37-year-old’s husband went to the facility and discovered a face mask that was covered in blood.

Four days later, on April 20, police found Rossana’s body while conducting a welfare check in Cherry Log, Georgia. Working alongside the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, authorities have begun a manhunt for five individuals that they believe are connected to her murder.

The names of four out of the five suspects have been released to the public and investigators are currently searching for the fifth person via limited information that they have gleaned from a surveillance video.

Rossana suspects manhunt

The police are searching for 30-year-old Megan Alyssa Colone, 35-year-old Juan Ayala-Rodriguez, 26-year-old Oscar Manuel Garcia, and 29-year-old Mario Alberto Barbosa-Juarez. Investigators believe that Colone may be traveling with her minor children under the name of Grace Beda, and it is surmised that the manhunt will need to extend beyond the bounds of Georgia.

If you or anyone you know has more information about the whereabouts of Colone, Ayala-Rodriguez, Garcia or Barbosa-Juarez, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation encourages you to call their tip line at 1-800-597-8477, submit a report online, or reach out via their mobile app, “See Something Send Something.”

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