Man killed on Orange Blossom Trail may have been robbed, deputies say

Deputies are looking for a woman who may be driving the stolen car of a man found dead behind a supermarket on Orange Blossom Trail early Wednesday.Deputies found Mark Clem, 59, dead behind the Winn Dixie at 7053 S. Orange Blossom Trail at about 2:15 a.m....

Man killed on Orange Blossom Trail may have been robbed, deputies say

Deputies are looking for a woman who may be driving the stolen car of a man found dead behind a supermarket on Orange Blossom Trail early Wednesday.

Deputies found Mark Clem, 59, dead behind the Winn Dixie at 7053 S. Orange Blossom Trail at about 2:15 a.m. Wednesday, Deputy Rose Silva said.

They are investigating his death as a homicide, Silva said on Friday.

Detectives found some evidence of trauma, though they declined to say what it was.

They also believe Clem may have been robbed, Silva said. She declined to release more details because detectives are still investigating the case.

Deputies are looking for Tiffany Langston, 31, who they say may be driving Clem’s gray 2012 Dodge Grand Caravan, Silva said. Langston often spends time around Orange Blossom Trail, she said.

Deputies are not calling Langston a suspect in Clem’s killing, only a person of interest in the case.

The Dodge may have damage to its front end, Silva said. The tag number is Y08-TJK.

Anyone with more information about Langston’s whereabouts or Clem’s death can call Crimeline at 1-800-423-8477.

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