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Fitness trainer murdered at Texas church last month received “Strange and Creepy” messages prior to her death

May 6, 2016  |  Posted by: JammedUp Staff
Fitness trainer murdered at Texas church last month received “Strange and Creepy” messages prior to her death

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New information has surfaced in the brutal unsolved murder of a fitness trainer, who was killed in a Texas church last month.

Court affidavits have indicated that Terri (Missy) Bevers, fitness trainer, and mother of two, who was found brutally murdered at a Texas church last month received a “creepy and strange” message on her LinkedIn account in the days leading up to her death. Furthermore, the killer, who is still at large may have even captured the gruesome murder on cell phone video.

Clients arriving at the Creekside Church of Christ in Midlothian for an early morning workout session discovered the body of Beavers on the morning of April 18.

Police released a video to the public taken by surveillance cameras at the church, which shows the suspected killer dressed in SWAT tactical gear.

Shortly before her slaying Bevers showed a friend the message she had received from someone she didn’t know on her LinkedIn

According to search warrant affidavits, the friend of the 45-year-old fitness trainer said she couldn’t recall the name of the person who sent Beavers the message, which she described as “strange and creepy.

Additionally, investigators discovered messages of an “intimate” and “flirtatious nature on LinkedIn, indicating Bevers may have been carrying on an extra-marital affair.

Police said a “person of interest” in the case admitted to “the series of communications” with Bevers on LinkedIn.

Bevers was reportedly having marriage problems, along with money issues, according to affidavits.

Investigators believe the killer used a cellphone to communicate with the victim, and possibly recorded the brutal murder. Cops say Beavers suffered multiple puncture wounds to her head and chest.

Also, cops say the unknown suspect may have used the phone to confirm her workout times at the church and she may have been in contact with the person who killed her.

On the morning of the murder, surveillance video shows Bevers walking toward the suspect’s location in the church, but neither of them were seen on the video again.

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