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Fugitive murder suspect searches for ‘how to get away with murder’

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A fugitive Texas man accused of murdering a missing 24-year-old woman allegedly searched online for “how to get away with murder” and “does bleach damage DNA” in the days after her disappearance, court documents say .

Authorities are currently looking for Chukwuebuka Nwobodo, 28, who was charged last week with murder and tampering with evidence of Felicia Johnson’s disappearance in Houston two months ago.

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Investigators believe the California woman was killed and dismembered at the suspect’s apartment on April 16, and he disposes of her body a few days later — which has yet to be found.

Johnson’s phone was later found covered in blood in a nearby park.

Court documents obtained by KHOU show that Nwobodo was allegedly caught on surveillance video at Walmart and Home Depot on April 16 and 17 as he purchased garbage bags, gloves, mechanical saws, shovels and flashlights.

Over the next three weeks, he also allegedly searched the Internet several times on how to destroy evidence.

Authorities are looking for Chukwuebuka Nwobodo, 28, who was charged last week with murder and tampering with evidence of Felicia Johnson’s disappearance in Houston two months ago.

Searches he plugged into Google included “how to kill without getting caught,” “how to be a serial killer,” “what bleach does to blood” and “the most wooded areas in Houston.”

A photo of a dismembered body was also allegedly found on Nwobodo’s phone, investigators said.

Authorities said they first honed Nwobodo after Johnson requested an Uber from her hotel to his apartment on the night it was determined that Johnson was missing after posting an ad on an escort website.

When she first disappeared, Johnson’s family said she went to Houston to celebrate her birthday and make some extra money. They said Johnson applied for a job as a dancer at a local strip club but was turned down.

Investigators were able to get past his cell phone after arresting him in a traffic stop on May 13.

But he was released at the time because authorities said there was insufficient evidence to charge him with Johnson’s disappearance.

Authorities later found supplies, DNA and blood that closely matched the victim’s in Nwobodo’s apartment after searching the phone.

Authorities announced charges against Nwobodo last week.

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