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Detectives name people interested in Port Albert’s disappearance

FORT MYERS, Fla.- The Fort Myers Police Department is continuing to search for Porter Albert, 78 years old.

Albert was last seen on January 15, 2020. Detectives are now calling a woman named Tiffany Contestable someone interested in his disappearance.

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Albert’s family members say he is trying to help Contestable, and her mother as they are going through a difficult time.

Not long after Albert disappeared, Cape Coral police discovered Contest driving his car. That night, she was arrested for driving without a license.

According to detectives, Contestable told Cape Coral police that night that she was driving Albert’s car trying to find him because he was missing. The next day when she spoke to Fort Myers police, she told a different story. She said she was meeting a man she met on a dating app.

Investigators now believe Contestable has left the state and is in Arkansas. Albert’s family members wanted her to continue because they believed she had information that could help find him.

Detectives say it’s still a disappearance. There is currently no evidence that a crime occurred.

If you have any information that might help with the error, you can call the SWFL Crime Stoppers.

https://nbc-2.com/news/local/2022/02/01/detectives-name-person-of-interest-in-port-alberts-disappearance/ Detectives name people interested in Port Albert’s disappearance

Tom Vazquez

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