Missing Fla. Mom Shakeira Rucker Found Dead in Estranged Husband's Storage Unit

"This is now an Orange County homicide case," the Orange County Sheriff's Office wrote on Facebook

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Shakeira Rucker

A Florida mother was found dead in a storage unit belonging to her estranged husband days after being reported missing by her family.

On Saturday, the Orange County Sheriff’s Office announced on Facebook that Shakeira Rucker, 37, was discovered dead inside a storage unit in Apopka, Fla.

"This is now an Orange County homicide case," the office wrote. "Shakeira’s family was notified this evening. We grieve with them & our detectives are committed to bringing them justice in this case."

Since then, Sheriff John Mina shared in a news conference that the storage unit was registered to Rucker's estranged husband, Cory Hill.

Hill, 51, who is currently in Orange County Jail, had previously been charged with four counts of attempted homicide for "shooting at his girlfriend and family" on Nov. 12, Mina added.

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"We are not looking for anyone else. He will be charged with the murder eventually in this case," Mina said.

PEOPLE reached out to the public defender's office who is representing Hill, but did not receive an immediate response.

<p>Orange County Jail</p> Cory Hill

Orange County Jail

Cory Hill

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According to local NBC affiliate WESH, Rucker was a mother of four. A Nov. 13 Facebook post from the Winter Springs Police Department first noted that Rucker was reported missing and last seen leaving her home on Nov. 11, and that her family believed she left with Hill to "an unknown destination."

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Chief Matthew Tracht told reporters at the press conference this weekend that the investigation expanded into four counties — Seminole, Polk, Orange and Lake. Police also got assistance from the Mount Dora Police Department, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and the FBI.

"It's not the outcome we expected," he said. "But there's a little bit of closure for Shakeira's family."

Tracht added that law enforcement worked 16 and 18 hour days to find Rucker. She was found dead in the unit with apparent gunshot wounds. The autopsy is still in progress, per Mina.

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