NORWALK - The Orange Police Department has released the 911 call made by the woman who first spotted missing 13-year-old Isabella Oleschuk last week.
Linda Subbloie told the 911 operator "I don't know if this is important or not. But, there's somebody like sleeping or hiding in a garage across from the Christmas Tree Shop. That old house in that garage over there."
During that call, Subbloie described how she drove past the old garage and former farm stand on Indian River Road three times. Through a hole, she says she saw someone with their head on a pillow.
In a statement, the Orange police chief said this case "serves as an example of how an entire community can mobilize to locate a missing child."
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