Amber Elkins: Body found by Texas Equusearch volunteers FOUND

According to ABC 13:  “In the state’s timeline of Clarke’s actions, on July 25, one day after Elkins’ car was found abandoned, Clarke allegedly told two people he shot and killed Amber Elkins, shooting her in inside her car, court documents state. Clarke, says the state, allegedly placed Elkins’ body in a duffle bag and inside his truck. Clarke allegedly abandoned the body as well as Elkins’ car and his own truck. Records indicate Clarke’s cell phone was in use in the area where Elkins’ body was found. Elkins’ body was discovered Sunday in a wooded area along Gene Campbell Road in Montgomery County. The search for Elkins began on July 26, the same day her car was found in Humble.”

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Texas Equusearch has found a body, Sunday afternoon near F.M. 1314 in Montgomery County, Texas – Later identified as Amber’s.The body has been taken to Montgomery County Medical Examiner’s office for identification and there has been speculation the body may belong to missing Amber Elkins.

EquuSearch did not make any statement other than to say the condition was intact.

Amber, who is from Spring, Texas has been missing since Monday, and police and volunteers have been searching for her in Humble, Texas, where a series of strange text messages from Amber’s phone originated from.

James Clarke, Jr., 31, Amer’s boyfriend is currently in jail charged with Amber’s murder.

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