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Police Report Raid on Volunteer for Search Party of Missing Florida Woman, Nicole Baldwin

Police Raid Home of Volunteer Organizer in Search for Missing Nicole Baldwin

According to a recent report from local news, police raided the residence of Terri Rogers, a volunteer who coordinated search efforts for missing woman Nicole Baldwin. Rogers had been leading search efforts throughout Lake County in central Florida since Baldwin vanished on November 2 without her belongings.

The Mount Dora Police Department executed a search warrant at Rogers' home last Friday, seizing several electronic devices, as per News 6 Orlando.

Rogers, speaking to the news outlet, expressed her shock at the raid, stating, "As soon as I opened my door, they all just flooded in. I’ve not done anything wrong. All I’ve done was given my time, and my emotions, and my heart and soul for looking for Nicole."

The police confirmed the raid in a statement, clarifying that it was part of the ongoing investigation into Baldwin's disappearance.

Rogers, despite not knowing Baldwin personally, recounted a similar experience within her own family involving a missing relative named Tonya Whipp from Polk County.

The case of Nicole Baldwin took a concerning turn in December when her husband, Brett Baldwin, was arrested after police allegedly discovered child sexual abuse images on his phone. Nicole, a 41-year-old mother of three, was last seen leaving her home without her personal belongings.

Brett Baldwin's arrest is unrelated to Nicole's disappearance and is being handled by Homeland Security.

A reward of $5,000 is currently being offered for any information leading to the resolution of Nicole Baldwin's case. Individuals with information are urged to contact Crimeline at 800-423-8477 or the Mount Dora Police Department at 352-735-7130.

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