Vehicle of Murdered Nun Found in Arizona
The vehicle of a New Mexico nun, who police say was murdered on Halloween, was found Monday in Arizona.
The nun, 64-year-old Sister Marguerite Bartz, was found dead in her New Mexico home after she didn't show up to mass on Sunday.
Bartz was serving at a church in a Navajo community near the Arizona-New Mexico border, when the FBI says she was murdered either Saturday night or Sunday morning.
Authorities were searching Monday for the woman's beige 2005 Honda CR-V with a New Jersey license plate, and they found it -- somewhere in Arizona.
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FBI spokesman Darrin Jones tells the Associated Press he can't disclose where in Arizona the vehicle was found until results of an autopsy come back.
Considering there may be a nun-killer on the loose somewhere in Arizona, we called Jones to try to find out where the car was found -- he did not immediately return the call but tells the AP there should be more details released this afternoon.
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