The Oxford University treasurer suspected of murdering a hairdresser in Chicago has been caught by police more than 2,000 miles from the crime scene after a US-wide manhunt.
Investigators think they're closing in on a Northwestern University professor and University of Oxford staffer who are wanted in the fatal stabbing of a Chicago man, a police official said Thursday.
Guglielmi said Lathem, an associate professor of microbiology-immunology at Northwestern University, had some kind of relationship with Cornell-Duranleau, who moved to Chicago from MI to work in a salon, but the two had "some type of falling out" before the fatal stabbing.
Chicago Police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said: "Both individuals will be held accountable for their actions and we hope today's arrest brings some comfort for the victim's family. We are also thankful that this did not end in further tragedy".
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Lathem, 42, is an associate professor of microbiology and immunology at Northwestern and Warren, 56, works for Oxford University in England. Guglielmi has said that Lathem and the young victim were involved in some sort of relationship and "had some type of falling out", but he declined to elaborate on the relationship, the Chicago Tribune reported.
Lathem gave himself up at the Oakland federal building and Warren surrendered to the San Francisco Police Department.
Chicago police have said the two men will appear before an Oakland court before being sent back to Chicago. The men are awaiting extradition to IL on first-degree murder charges, CNN reports.
"We do have an idea of their whereabouts and efforts to locate them are only intensifying from here on in", police said in an email to CNN.
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"I've never seen where suspects in a homicide would make a donation in the victim's name", said Lake Geneva police Lt. Edward Gritzner.
Late last night, officers said that they had an "idea" where Mr Warren and Mr Lathem are hiding and believe they are "armed and dangerous".
Thames Valley Police spokeswoman Hannah Jones also confirmed that Mr Warren was reported missing on July 25 and investigations found he had left the United Kingdom on July 24, just three days before the alleged murder. Arrest warrants allege that Lathem and Warren stabbed Cornell-Duranleau multiple times.
As police close in on the pair's position, it has been revealed that Mr Warren and Mr Lathem made a donation to a library in the victim's name in a neighbouring state.
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