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Husband of missing St. Paul woman arrested on suspicion of murder

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ST. PAUL, Minn. (KMSP) -

The husband of missing St. Paul woman Kira Trevino has been arrested and booked into the Ramsey County Jail on suspicion of murder.

Jeffery Trevino, 37, is being held pending formal charges after being arrested on Tuesday morning, one day after her car was discovered outside her place of employment with her purse and cell phone inside.

St. Paul investigators say enough evidence was found inside the couple's home on the 500 block of Iowa Avenue to suggest a crime was committed there; however, they would not elaborate on what that evidence is. 

Officers also said a roommate who lived in the home with the Trevinos is cooperating with the investigation.

Kira Trevino still has not been found, and police say they are still treating her disappearance as a missing person's case at this time. Investigators ask anyone who may have information on her whereabouts is asked to call 651-266-5650.

On Monday, officers with the Bloomington Police Department confirmed that a vehicle belonging to Kira Trevino was found at the Mall of America. Trevino, 30, was reported missing after she failed to show up for work on Saturday at Delia's at the mall.

The discovery of Trevino's car in the West Ramp was made just hours after a "locate vehicle" message had been sent out on Sunday in connection with her disappearance.

Trevino's family told FOX 9 News that her cell phone and purse were discovered in the white 2010 Chevy Cobalt, which was carefully backed into a space in a part of the ramp where she didn't usually park. They added that it struck them as odd since Trevino was not a skilled parker.

Investigators say they will review parking lot surveillance video from outside the ramps; however, there were no cameras inside.

 

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