Police: Suspect in Missing Mom's Death May Have Fled U.S.

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    Greenbelt Police are investigating the murder of a mother. They say her estranged husband is a person of interest. Derrick Ward reports.

    Greenbelt police believe the suspect in the death of a missing woman may have fled to Mexico.

    Police said Emilia Arabelly Ingacio, 28, was found dead inside a car on Frankfort Drive in Greenbelt early Saturday morning. The vehicle was discovered only a few blocks from her home. Ingacio had been missing since Tuesday.

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    Investigators said she was stabbed multiple times in the upper body.

    Investigators said she was stabbed multiple times in the upper body.

    Ignacio's boyfriend, Juan Miguel Roman, 34, is wanted for first and second degree murder in connection with her death.

    Ignacio and Roman were supposed to be going out to dinner Tuesday evening; relatives became concerned when no one had heard from either of them. The couple lived together in a Greenbelt townhome.

    Authorities believe Roman may have fled the country, possibly heading to Mexico.

    Police say they are working with the U.S. Marshal's service on the case.

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