A couple from NY has vanished after checking out of their hotel room at the end of a Dominican Republic vacation two weeks ago.
The families of Orlando Moore and his girlfriend, Portia Ravenelle, were searching for both New Yorkers who went missing while vacationing in the Dominican Republic late last month.
A review of the airport surveillance cameras revealed that the couple never made it inside the airport building.
She was nervous about driving the rental vehicle, a white Kia, to the airport for their 2 a.m. flight after the rental company warned them not to stop for anyone along the way, Freeman said.
"We've been calling DR and they said they didn't make their flight", Moore's sister Lashay Turner told NBC New York. "We also spoke to someone in U.S. Customs and they said my brother did not make his flight back here".
The pair posted pictures of their trip to social media, sharing their smiles and adventures, but then their family says communication went dark.
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Investigators said what happened to the couple after they checked out of their hotel in Samana is a mystery.
On March 23rd, 43-year-old Orlando Moore and 32-year-old Portia Ravenelle of Mount Vernon flew to the Dominican Republic for a four-day trip.
Freeman told CNN she only learned they'd disappeared upon reading emails from Ravenelle's family on March 31st, when she returned to Halifax.
According to the Post, relatives say the couple never checked out of their hotel and never returned their rental auto. Their phones have been turned off, their personal vehicle remains parked at Newark Airport, and their friends and family have endured radio silence for almost two weeks. In a statement to Gothamist, the U.S. State Department said it was "aware of reports regarding a U.S. couple missing" in the Caribbean nation. "We stand ready to provide appropriate assistance to USA citizens in need and to their families".
The official added, "Due to privacy considerations, we have no further information to offer at this time". The families of the two missing people have been in contact with authorities in the United States and the Dominican Republic, though they have reportedly battled a language barrier. CNN has reported that the Dominican Republic National Police are not providing any details regarding their investigation and the Dominican Republic's Washington, DC Embassy in Washington, DC could not be reached for comment.