Hispanic accused of killing his girlfriend is wanted by the Police; the victim’s body has not been recovered

Luis Ángel Montes (left) and the victim Camerina Trujillo Pérez.

Photo: Travis County/Courtesy

TEXAS – Hispanic is wanted by Travis County authorities for allegedly kill his girlfriend in the Flugerville, Texas area.

The victim’s death reportedly occurred after a “disturbing chain of events”according to researchers.

The Travis County Sheriff’s Office filed murder charges against Luis Angel Montes, 35, in the death of Camerina Trujillo Perez, 38, and issued a warrant for his arrest. The victim’s body has not been found.

Until this Monday the whereabouts of Montes is unknown. He and his girlfriend were reported missing by his relatives on January 25. They had last been seen in the community of Pflugerville, where they resided.

A press release indicated that the investigation indicated that Trujillo Pérez had been in danger for a long time, since her boyfriend had previously threatened her.

Evidence collected by detectives later revealed a “disturbing chain of events” that suggests Montes killed his girlfriend on the morning of January 26, a day after they were reported missing.

“This is a horrible outcome, and my heart goes out to the family and friends of Camerina,” said Sheriff Sally Hernandez. “We are doing everything possible to find Luis [Ángel] Montes and bring justice to her loved ones.”

If you have information on the suspect’s whereabouts, call 512-854-1444 or 512-472-8477.

Once captured, Montes will face $1 million bail, according to police.

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