Police in a US state of Virginia have found a stays believed to be of a 17-year-old Muslim lady who was assaulted nearby a mosque before disappearing.
The teenager, identified as Nabra Hussein, was walking with friends when they got into a brawl with a motorist in Herndon, military said.
The male left a automobile and assaulted a girl, they said. She afterwards disappeared.
A 22-year-old consider has been arrested and charged with murder.
The reason for a conflict was still unknown, though hatred crime was one of a options being investigated, reports said.
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The Washington Post reported that a organisation of 4 or 5 teenagers including Nabra had visited a fast-food grill to have a late-night dish – Muslims are now watching a holy month of Ramadan, when they quick from emergence to sunset.
At about 04:00 (08:00 GMT), a organisation was confronted by a motorist as they walked on a street.
The All Dulles Area Muslim Society (Adams), a internal village centre, pronounced that a members came opposite a teenagers and destined them to their building. But one of them, Nabra, was left behind and was after reported as blank to a authorities.
During a search, that enclosed a helicopter, military pronounced they stopped a automobile pushing suspiciously in a area, and took a driver, identified as Darwin Martinez Torres, into custody.
Later, during about 15:00, military found a stays in a pool some 3 miles (five kilometres) from a stage of a incident, military pronounced in a statement.
A ball bat was also found, internal media reported.
An autopsy will be carried out to endorse a temperament of a physique and a accurate means and demeanour of death.
A matter by a Adams centre said: “We are ravaged and sad as a village undergoes and processes this dire event. It is a time for us to come together to urge and caring for a youth.”
Nabra’s mother, Sawsan Gazzar, told a Washington Post: “I consider it had to do with a approach she was dressed and a fact that she’s Muslim.”
Meanwhile, an online debate to assistance a girl’s family has already lifted $118,000 (£92,000).