Police have located a suspect's vehicle and arrested another suspect in connection with the deadly shooting at Nina's Grill that occurred Sunday morning in Burnsville.
Anarae Schunk, the 20-year-old University of Minnesota student reported missing on Monday, was last seen with Shavelle Oscar Chavez-Nelson, 31, who was arrested in connection with the shooting death of 23-year-old Palagor Jobi.
Burnsville police confirmed Wednesday that a 1983 Buick LeSebre registered to Chavez-Nelson has been accounted for. Police believe Chavez-Nelson used the car as he fled the scene of the murder, but police found him driving another vehicle upon his arrest.
Burnsville police said a $5,000 reward is being offered from a private citizen for information regarding the location of Anarae Schunk.
Police are requesting that no volunteer search parties be formed, as it could compromise evidence in the case. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Burnsville Police Department at 952-895-4594 or 952-895-INFO (4636).
Police also arrested 24-year-old Rosemount woman Ashley Conrade. Police have not released any further details of her arrest.
CHAVEZ-NELSON NOT TALKING
Chavez-Nelson hasn't revealed anything about his relationship with Schunk relationship, why she was with him at Nina's Grill on the night of the shooting, or any information related to her whereabouts.
According Schunk's brother, Owen Schunk, his sister and Chavez-Nelson dated for a few months last year. Owen Schunk has viewed surveillance of his sister leaving Nina's Grill with Chavez-Nelson, but didn't think it was particularly telling.
"The surveillance cameras in the exterior of the video, he's opening the door, she's in front of him they're not shaking hands, holding hands, engaging in any sort of contact, it seems cordial," he said.