Remains identified as those of missing Virginia woman



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RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — The state medical examiner has identified human remains found last week as those of a Virginia woman missing since last month.

News outlets report the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Richmond says the remains are those of 43-year-old Amy Renee Fabian of Cumberland County. Fabian's remains and a stolen Ford F-350 truck were found last Thursday in a wooded area in Mecklenburg at an intersection just above North Carolina.

Fabian hadn't been seen since 29-year-old Matthew T. Broyles of Powhatan County was found dead in her home May 24.

Forty-one-year-old George W. Knisley IV of Carroll County, Maryland, was arrested that evening after a police chase in Raleigh, North Carolina, and charged with first-degree murder in Broyles' death. Knisley was Fabian's ex-boyfriend.

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