Dallas Police said Wednesday they arrested a man they believe killed three women whose bodies were found in a three-month span just south of downtown.
The man, Oscar Sanchez Garcia, 25, will be charged with the murders of 60-year-old Kimberly Robinson, 25-year-old Cherish Gibson and a third unidentified woman, the Dallas Police Department said in a news release.
Ms. Robinson and Ms. Gibson were found dead in a grassy area near the same train stop, according to the Dallas County coroner. Mrs Robinson’s body was found on April 22nd and Mrs Gibson’s on June 24th. Both died of stab wounds to the chest, according to the coroner.
The third victim’s body was discovered about a mile away on July 15. It was not clear how she was killed.
Police said the investigation into the murders continues. They said they were still investigating any links between the three murders.
Efforts to reach a Dallas police spokesman on Wednesday evening were not immediately successful.
The arrest of Mr. Sanchez Garcia comes after a week in which a man was charged with the murders of three women on Long Island after a 12-year investigation, and Oregon police said the deaths of four women was connected.