A cancer researcher and mother-of-two who emigrated from India to Texas was reportedly murdered on her daily jog Saturday morning.
Sarmistha Sen, 43, was discovered useless by a passerby at about 7 a.m. close to a creek alongside the Chisholm Path in town of Plano, Fox Four reported, citing police.
Police didn’t reveal the way of loss of life however labeled it as a homicide.
About the identical time Sen was found, police obtained a name for a close-by dwelling housebreaking and arrested 29-year outdated Bakari Moncrief – who can also be thought-about a suspect in Sen’s loss of life.
Moncrief is being held on $1 million bond on the housebreaking cost as police examine his potential hyperlink to the homicide.
“We now have our suspicions, however we’ve got to have proof,” stated Plano Police Officer David Tilley, in line with Fox 4.
“And that’s what they’re searching for proper now’s attempting to acquire proof as as to whether or not this particular person is or isn’t answerable for her loss of life.”
Sen and her husband have been married in India earlier than shifting to Texas to proceed her greater training. The couple has two sons – 12-year-old Neil and Ryan, 6.
The mom was an avid runner, in line with a biography posted by her household to the web site CaringBridge, who ran the Chisolm path each morning.
“Sarmistha lived a free and fearless life inspiring many with her infectious vitality and carefree smile,” her bio learn.
“She was enthusiastic about cancer care and was a lifelong supporter of cancer analysis,” it continued.