Arrest made in murder of St. Paul woman found in towed car

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The Anoka County Sheriff's Office says a 23-year-old Woodbury man has been arrested in connection to the murder of 18-year-old Brittany Clardy.

The Star Tribune reports the suspect has numerous warrants for his arrest out of Georgia.

More details will be announced at a news conference Thursday afternoon.

Clardy's body was found in a car at a Columbia Heights impound lot two weeks ago, eight days after the car had been towed from an apartment complex in Brooklyn Park.

The teen was reported missing by family members on Feb. 11 after she left her St. Paul home in her mother's car and never returned.

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