Texas: Cancer Research Scientist and Mother of Two Killer During her Morning Run

A 42-year-old scientist and mother of two was found dead near a creek in Plano, Texas, on Saturday morning after going out for her regular morning run.

Sarmistha Sen got up real early to go out on her morning run and at some point, came across her murderer, according to Plano Police Department public information officer David Tilley.

Less than two hours after she was killed, a witness saw what she thought was a body near the creek and called police. Her death is being classified as a homicide and still being investigated. A person of interest is in custody for a burglary that happened nearby, according to a press release from Plano Police Department.

According to DailyMail

A successful cancer research scientist and mother-of-two was murdered and her body dumped in a creek while out on her daily run in Texas at the weekend.

The body of Sarmistha Sen, 43, was found dead near a creek at Legacy Drive and Marchman Way in Plano Saturday morning less than two hours after she went out on her regular run along the Chisholm Trail.

Plano police have named a 29-year-old burglary suspect as a person of interest in the slaying.

Bakari Moncrief, an out-of-state resident said to be visiting relatives in Plano, was arrested for a burglary Saturday morning at a property close to where Sen's body was found.

Plano police spokesperson David Tilley told DailyMail.com Wednesday afternoon that Moncrief has been charged with burglary but that he has not yet been charged over Sen's killing.

Keen runner Sen was killed when she went out on her regular early Saturday morning jog.

A passerby discovered the victim's body about 20 to 25 feet below the trail near the creek at around 7 a.m.

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