(CHICAGO) -- The search for a man suspected of killing his new bride in Burbank, Illinois has passed through several states and reached as far as Texas.
Authorities say they have tracked a cellphone belonging to Arnoldo Jimenez to Hidalgo, Texas -- a town near the Mexico border. Jimenez, 30, is being sought in connection with the murder of his 26-year-old bride Estrella Carrera.
Carrera's body was found Sunday afternoon by police after her family alerted authorities that she had not picked up her children on time from her sister's house. She had multiple stab wounds and was found still wearing her wedding dress in a dry bathtub, police said. Investigators believe she was killed just hours after a civil ceremony last Friday at the Cook County Courthouse in Illinois.
Authorities on the trail of Jiminez say his cellphone was last used in Chicago on Saturday and was also used near Memphis, Tennessee, in Arkansas and then eventually in Texas, according to the Chicago Tribune.
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