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A Utah man was arrested and imprisoned in Mexico in connection with the theft of a vehicle, which is owned by a New Hampshire couple found buried in the ion of a South Texas beach, authorities said Wednesday.
Adam Curtis Williams, 33, was taken into custody in the Mexican state of Jalisco, on the felony theft charges, Kleberg County Sheriff Richard Kirkpatrick told KIII-TV in Corpus Christi.
IN TEXAS, DEPUTIES SAY A MISSING NEW HAMPSHIRE COUPLE WAS FOUND MURDERED, CAMPER VAN STOLEN
The researchers said these photos showed Anthony and Curtis Williams, at the Texas-Mexico border, in a stolen pick-up on a New Hampshire couple whose bodies were found in a shallow grave on a Texas beach last week. Williams was arrested in the Mexican state of Jalisco, authorities said Wednesday. (Kleberg County Sheriff’s Office)
Authorities believe that Williams and a woman identified as Amanda Noverr, 32, may have had contact with James, Burler, 48, and his 46-year-old woman, Michelle. Williams was asked about the theft of the couple’s pick-up or RV.
Authorities have released a surveillance photo of Williams, and Noverr, the crossing of the border into Mexico in a car for the Burlers.
“We believe that these persons have disappeared in Mexico,” Kirkpatrick said Tuesday.
Investigators have not said how the Burlers have been killed. The couple, of Rumney, N. H., lived in the mobile home while she traveled to the united states of america
This is a poster released by the Kleberg County Sheriff’s Office in Kingsville, Texas, shows up, James, and Michelle Butler, of Rumney, N. H., who were found dead in Texas last week. (Kleberg County Sheriff’s Office via AP)
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They were last seen Nov. 15 and reported missing eight days later, after having missed a scheduled interview with the family.
The Butlers have been discovered in the last week on Padre Island, near Corpus Christi.
James Butler’s sister, Debbie and Van Loon told a Manchester, New Hampshire news station: “We are very pleased to hear of the arrest has taken place, and to wait and see what comes up.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.