Robert Wiles Murder: Unidentified Remains Found in St Cloud Reserve

Posted by BOC Staff | Kidnapping,Murdered,Robert Wiles,Toby Holt | Friday 12 February 2010 12:01 pm

Melbourne, FL– Exactly two days after prosecutors released files in the case against former Wiles employee, Stobert  “Toby” Holt, unidentified remains have been found off Crabtree Road in the St. Cloud Wildlife Preserve in Melbourne, Fl, Osceola County. Mr. Holt was also scheduled for a bail hearing today.


The completely skeletonized body was recovered and taken to the medical examiners office yesterday.

Although the remains have not been identified officially, a source inside the investigation speaking to has confirmed there was a search team in place with cadaver k9′s, based on information provided by an individual.

Robert Wiles, a multi-instrument rated pilot worked in his families Aviation business out of the Lakeland Linder Airport is believed to have been kidnapped on April 1st, 2008.

A ransome note was received from Robert’s own cell phone on April 3rd, 2008 by Robert’s Father Tom. FBI cell phone ping reports that both Holt and Robert’s cell phones were in the same location at the time.

It demanded $750K, for Robert’s safe return;  The exact dollar figure his Father purchased for kidnap insurance in 2006, which Holt was aware of.

Stobert “Toby” Holt was arrested at the Orlando airport following a business trip in Columbia on December 19, 2009 after an indictment was returned by the grand jury.

Read the incident report and FBI reports Here.

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