51 year old Lisa Hayden-Gordon has been missing since attending a January 24, 2015 concert at Revolution Live in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Lisa Hayden-Gordon vanished after using the restroom at the nearby Poorhouse bar. However, on Friday, a submerged vehicle that belongs to the missing woman was found with a body inside in the New River near a Fort Lauderdale marina. Volunteers searching the waterway near Cooley’s Landing Marina with sonar equipment detected the blue 2003 Hyundai Elantra underwater Friday morning and alerted police. The authorities are not confirming the identity of the individual yet found inside the vehicle; however, the vehicle is that of missing Lisa Hayden-Gordon.
A submerged vehicle that belongs to a woman who went missing last month was found with a body inside in the New River near a Fort Lauderdale marina, police said Friday.
Police divers in the water near Cooley’s Landing Marina, along the 400 block of Southwest Seventh Avenue, confirmed that it was Lisa Hayden-Gordon’s car.
The 51-year-old piano instructor, lovingly known as “Miss Noodles,” went missing Jan. 24, police said.
Police confirmed there was a body inside the vehicle but have not identified the person. According to Detective Tracy Figone, volunteers searching the waterway with sonar equipment detected the blue 2003 Hyundai Elantra underwater Friday morning and alerted police.
“At this time, we are not confirming who that person is that’s deceased,” Figone said. “It’s an undetermined death at this point.”