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FORT WORTH – Fort Worth police have arrested a man they believe is responsible for the death of a woman near TCU.

Molly Matheson was found strangled to death April 11 in her home on Waits Avenue, near TCU. For weeks, police had no suspects in question — until now. Officers arrested 23-year-old Reginald Kimbro.

Kimbro told police he dated Matheson when they went to school together at the University of Arkansas, but broke up. He also said Matheson asked him to come over to her apartment the night she reportedly died.

Investigators say Matheson may have been sexually assaulted after detectives found men’s underwear in the washing machine of her home.

Kimbro was accused of sexually assaulting women in two previous cases.

Police have not released a motive for the slaying and are continuing to investigate the crime.