Remains Of Missing Woman Found, Suspect Searched 'How to Be Serial Killer'

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Human remains found in Texas have been identified as a missing woman who police believe was killed by a man who searched "how to be a serial killer."

According to the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office, the remains of Felicia Johnson, a California woman reported missing nearly a year ago, were found by a Texas Department of Transportation worker earlier this month in Sam Houston National Forest, per People.

"It is with a heavy heart that we report dental records have confirmed that the human remains are that of missing person Felicia Johnson of California," the sheriff's office said in a statement. "Our hearts go out to the Johnson family and friends and we hope this brings them some closure."

Police previously said Johnson was visiting Houston in search of work last year when her bloodied cell phone and purse were found near a community park. Detectives identified Chukwuebuka Nwobodo as her suspected killer and charged him with murder and tampering with evidence in connection with Johnson's death.

Nwobodo, who remains at large, first communicated with Johnson through Snapchat, agreeing to pay her $500 to meet in person, according to court documents. Police said the suspect appears to have driven Johnson to his apartment, where he killed and dismembered her, before disposing of her body and personal items in an attempt to cover up the crime.

According to charging documents, police discovered latex gloves, a kitchen knife, a shovel, and Johnson's blood in Nwodobo's car. Her DNA was also found in his apartment, per the documents.

Authorities found the suspect also Googled "how to be a serial killer" and "how does one plan a murder without getting caught," according to the documents.

Anyone with information on Nwobodo's whereabouts is asked to contact the Houston Police Department Homicide Division at 713-308-3600 or Crime Stoppers at 713-222-8477.

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