Police: Human remains, stolen truck possibly linked to murder suspect recovered in Virginia

A stolen truck and human remains were recovered in Mecklenburg County Thursday morning, according to the Virginia State Police.

Slightly before 11 a.m., a Ford F-350 work truck, which police say had been reported stolen in Maryland, and human remains were found in a wooded area off of Route 138, near Route 1.

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Police say they have been working since May 24 to locate the stolen truck and Amy Renee Fabian, 43, who was reported missing in Cumberland County on that day.

Police discovered 29-year-old Matthew T. Broyles, of Powhatan, dead inside of Fabian's home on the day she went missing. He was the victim of a homicide.

Fabian's ex-boyfriend, George W. Knisley IV, 41, of Carroll County, Maryland, was arrested and charged with first-degree murder in relation to Broyles's death, police say.

He is currently being held in Raleigh, North Carolina and awaiting extradition to Virginia where additional charges are pending, according to police.

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The remains will be transported to the Office of Medical Examiner in Richmond for autopsy, examination and positive identification, police say.