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The Detroit Police Department is asking for the public's help in locating a final suspect in a late-January homicide, in which a female victim's body was discovered in southwest Detroit after firefighters extinguished a vehicle fire.

Just before 5 a.m. on Jan. 29, firefighters put out a blaze in a 1997 Toyota Tercel on the 100 block of Forman, which is north of Interstate 75 and east of the Rouge River. In the trunk of the Tercel, they found the body of a 28-year-old woman. 

Police now believe the woman was kidnapped and killed in the area of Hubbard and Toledo, then driven to the 100 block of Forman, about five miles away.

Four suspects, two women and two men, have already been charged with felony murder, torture, assault with intent to murder and unlawful imprisonment in the case: Alyssa Dickson, 21; Felicia Bowles, 38; Damiso Marble, 30; and Dangelo Fuller, 20.

Last week, police were seeking two additional suspects: Symone Monique Runels, 22, and Shavelle Monique Runels, 31. Wayne County Jail records show that Symone was arrested and denied bond Monday at her arraignment.

Shavelle Runels remains wanted.

 

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