JIM THORPE, Pa. - Police in North Carolina have arrested an Allentown man wanted in connection with a homicide investigation in Carbon County.
The remains of 35-year-old Angela Steigerwalt of Tamaqua were found Saturday in a wooded area in Jim Thorpe.
Police said 24-year-old Anthony Heath used Steigerwalt's credit card to purchase lighter fluid and a lighter at a Walmart in Lehigh County.
The next day officials arrested Heath in Kinston, North Carolina. They say he was driving Steigerwalt's car.
So far, Heath has been charged with theft.
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