A fifth suspect has been arrested in connection with the death of Rossana Delgado, whose dismembered remains were found in a burned home after she disappeared.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation on Saturday announced the arrest of Juan Ayala Rodriguez, 35, on June 26 in Durango, Mexico.
He has since been transferred to the United States to face murder charges.
Ayala's is the latest arrest to be made in the case. Police are still hunting for three suspects who they say were last seen in Mexico.
Delgado, a 37-year-old mother-of-two disappeared on April 16 after picking up a ride-share in an Atlanta suburb.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Four days later, her dismembered body was discovered at a cabin in Cherry Log, according to police, who are are yet to suggest a possible motive for Delgado's killing.
Rossana Delgado, a 37-year-old mother-of-two disappeared on April 16 after picking up a ride-share in an Atlanta suburb
On Saturday, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation on Saturday announced the arrest of Juan Ayala Rodriguez (pictured), 35. Ayala was picked up on June 26 in Durango, Mexico and has since been transferred to the United States to face murder charges
Delgado was reported missing by her husband Yhony Castro (right) at around 7pm on the night she went missing. Castro then tracked his wife's phone to several locations and informed police
Friends told 11Alive that Delgado, who was born in Venezuela, spoke to her husband Yhony Castro around 7pm on April 16 before she picked up a passenger. He reported her missing about eight hours later when she did not return home as expected.
Castro was able to track his wife's phone to a home in DeKalb County. He told investigators it had been there for about an hour before it was tracked to a storage unit on Covington Highway.
He went first to the storage unit where he reportedly found a face mask with blood on it, according to 11Alive.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer