Police find no evidence of hate crime after teen found dead near Virginia mosque

Virginia police are not investigating the death of a 17-year-old -- whose body was found near a mosque -- as a hate crime, they announced Monday morning.
0:28 | 06/19/17

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A police say that they have found. No evidence that indicates that a murder of a teenage girl in Virginia was a hate crime. Fairfax Downey police say the seventeen year old victim was walking with friends after leaving a mosque. Early Sunday morning when she got into an argument with a man in a car with a man that attacked her. And the victim was separated from her friends her remains were later found in a pond 22 year old Abdullah Martinez Torres. Is now charged with the teenager's murder.

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