NORTH FORT MYERS

Sunday marked three years since Porter Albert disappeared from a parking lot in North Fort Myers.

But detectives believe they know who is responsible for Albert’s disappearance. On the same day that Albert disappeared, a woman named Tiffany Contetable was found driving the car.

Porter Albert CREDIT: WINK News

WINK News spoke with Detective Vincent Doyle to get some insight into the investigation.

“We learned that Tiffany and her mother, Desiree, live in the woods. He was able to get them out of the woods, get them a house, a trailer in North Fort Myers, and give them a real place to call home so they’re not living in the woods,” Detective Doyle. said. “Trying to help them go back to school because they lived in the woods and didn’t know what it was like. So he helped them through that stage of the process. So he was a big part of their lives, trying to get them back on their feet.”

Crime Stoppers said Constable is a person of interest and may be in Arkansas. But police explained that her mother is not a person of interest.

Anyone with information about this case is asked to call Fort Myers police.

Click here to submit a tip through SWFL Crime Stoppers.

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