Springs Man Found Dead In Iowa, Woman Wanted For Murder
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4/AP) – Colorado Springs police have obtained an arrest warrant for a woman wanted in connection with the death of a 61-year-old Colorado man whose body was found in Iowa.
The Colorado Springs Gazette reported Tuesday police are looking for 21-year-old Bionca Rogers. Authorities say she was last seen with Grant Michael Frazier, who was found dead in Newton, Iowa, which is near Des Moines.
Police wouldn’t say whether the two knew each other or where they were seen together. Police haven’t said where Rogers is from.
“We don’t know if there was a relationship between the two of them or what that relationship may have been,” Police spokesman Larry Herbert said.
Frazier’s car was also found in Newton, about 700 miles from Colorado Springs.
Some of Frazier’s neighbors said they were stunned to find out about his suspicious death.
“He was right out my back door and disappeared,” neighbor Ken Gilson said. “We can feel a little bit more at ease once they get her caught and find out exactly what happened.”
Herbert says details about how Frazier died won’t be released until after an autopsy.
He had been missing since Feb. 16, and police say the details of his disappearance were suspicious.
Frazier’s family wouldn’t talk to CBS4 on camera but said off camera that finding Rogers is now their first priority.
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