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A soldier has been named a person of interest in the death of pregnant soldier Spc. Megan Touma, a military spokesman said today, the same day a newpaper released an anonymous letter in which the writer claimed responsibility for the young woman's killing.
Authorities are investigating the death of Touma who was seven months pregnant after her body was found at the motel. The Fayetteville Police Department called the death suspicious.
Military spokesman Lt. Col. John Clearwater told The Associated Press the Ft. Bragg soldier is training at a special operations school, and he has not been charged with any crime.
The Fayetteville, N.C., Observer newspaper released an anonymous letter today in which the writer claims to have murdered Touma, whose body was found in a Fayetteville hotel room bathtub on Saturday, June 21.
The author states the killing was "a master piece" and was one of many "in several states."
The letter is signed with what the author calls his or her "role-model's signature," a circle with a vertical and a horizontal line through it — a symbol identical to the one the infamous Zodiac killer used to sign similar correspondences.