Police issue arrest warrant for homicide victim's boyfriend

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(Source: 3TV/CBS 5) (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)
MIDDLESEX, VT (AP) -

Police have issued an arrest warrant for the boyfriend of a Barre, Vermont, homicide victim whose body was found down an embankment in Middlesex last week.

Police say 61-year-old Randal Gebo is believed to be driving Cindy Cook's cream colored Mini Cooper vehicle and used her debit card to withdraw cash from a bank in West Prescott, Arizona, on Friday.

He's wanted on charges of aggravated vehicle operation without owner consent and fraudulent use of a credit card.

Cook's body was found in a secluded area Wednesday after a resident called about the discovery. Police say her death was a homicide. The cause of death is being investigated.

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