No Leads Or Information Available In Mysterious Florida Disappearance
Haneul Oh, a 22-year-old Korean national, has been missing from Davie, Florida since December 2021.
When Haneul Oh went missing under suspicious circumstances, authorities in Davie, Florida asked for the public’s assistance but provided little information that could help in the search.
According to reports, Oh was last seen in Davie on Dec. 20, 2021. Her disappearance was not reported until January 28, 2022 — the day she turned 22 years old.
Oh is a Korean national with ties to Maryland and New Jersey, and the FBI says she was “studying” in the United States but did not say where she was attending school.
Oh, is 5 feet tall and weighs approximately 105 pounds. When she disappeared, she was known to drive a silver 2005 Toyota Corolla.
There have been no updates in the case since her disappearance was made public. If you have any information about Oh’s whereabouts, please call the Davie Police Department at (954) 693-8290.
Oh isn’t Broward County’s only cold case
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement maintains a database of missing people, which includes 9 people from Broward County, where Davie is. One of the missing women is Yesenia Duval-Del Rosario, who was 19 when she went missing in October 2010. She was last seen at the beach along Ocean Drive in Hollywood, Florida, with her family. According to the Charley Project, she walked away to get ice cream and then never returned. Her mother reported her missing almost two weeks later. She had reportedly broken up with her boyfriend in the days leading up to her disappearance. She was wearing black shorts, a red shirt, and Converse sneakers when she went missing.
One of Broward County’s other cold cases is the story of Colleen Perris, who went missing in 2000 when she was 18 years old. Perris was reportedly with her family in Plantation, Florida, when she answered a call to her cell phone. When she hung up, she reportedly told her parents she was running an errand but would be home in time to attend a Florida Marlins baseball game that evening. It was the last time anyone in her family heard from her.
Her locked car was found at a shopping center six days later, but authorities found nothing that indicated Perris had been the victim of a crime. Because the call to her cell phone could not be traced, it is unknown whether the phone call she took is relevant to her disappearance.
Perris was declared legally deceased in 2007, though police were never able to say what happened to her, and her body has never been recovered.