Paola Miranda-Rosa, 31, the Osceola County woman who went missing two weeks ago in Orlando, has still not been found.
But, new video and photos taken by hikers show Miranda-Rosa wading in the Wekiva River on Dec. 18.
Previously, she was last reported seen visiting a relative near Semoran Boulevard on Dec. 17.
Family members of Miranda-Rosa positively identified her as being the person in the video.
Osceola County Sheriff Marcos Lopez, along with eight other specially-trained deputies will be at the Wekiva Springs Park searching the area Thursday, Jan. 6th, at 8 a.m.
In addition, Rosa’s family is raising money to pay for a private investigator after a law enforcement search was unsuccessful.
The Osceola County Sheriff’s Office along with the Orange County Sheriff’s Office searched for Miranda Rosa with more than 150 officers on land and in waterways at Wekiwa Springs State Park in Apopka after witnesses reported seeing her there.
Her car was found at the state park but she is still missing. The search ended on Dec. 22.
Osceola County sheriff’s spokesperson Nirva Rodriguez asking anyone with information about Miranda Rosa’s disappearance after she got to Wekiwa Springs to come forward with information.