Still looking into the killing of Jasmine Fiore after finding suspect Ryan Jenkins dead in a Canadian motel room, police believe that they have found the murdered model's 2007 white Mercedes - which has been missing since her death.
With the car being towed away for processing at a crime lab, there was a note on the windshield that read: "This is a private lot. Unattended vehicles will be towed at owner's expense."
Although she was a beautiful model, Jasmine Fiore was a small town loving girl that loved nature and animals with a bright and warm personality to close friends and family.
The model had dreams of working in real estate, as well as becoming a personal trainer, that were interrupted when her mutilated body was found stuffed in a suitcase in a trash bin in Buena Park, California on August 15.
As the investigation into the murder of Jasmine Fiore and suicide of Ryan Jenkins continues, Fiore’s mother Lisa Lapore gave her reaction during an interview on the “Today” show this morning (August 24).
Speaking of the discovery of Jenkins’ body, she remarked, “It brings some closure to what’s going on.” She noted that there’s comfort in knowing “that he’s no longer a threat. We still have a long process of closure.”