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Remains of mother found stuffed in BMW in Oregon

The decapitated and dismembered remains of Sara Zghoul were found in two suitcases in a BMW in Aloha, Oregon on Thursday

A man has been jailed after the decapitated and dismembered body of an Oregon woman was found, local media is reporting.

Body parts of Sara Zghoul, 28, were found inside two suitcases in a black BMW parked on a residential street in Aloha, Oregon on Thursday night, Oregon Live reports.

The man, who has not been identified, was arrested later that evening. Both the man and Zghoul were from Aloha, near Portland.

Sources told Oregon Live that the man tried to kill himself by slashing his throat before he was arrested. 

Authorities found him in a ravine.

One witness to his arrest described to KPTV how the man was ‘yelling’ and seemed ‘very desperate’. 

Zghoul had worked as an actress and model and is survived by a son. 

The BMW (pictured) was found on a residential street. A man was arrested in connection with her death later in the evening. Sources told Oregon Live that he tried to kill himself before his arrest

The BMW (pictured) was found on a residential street. A man was arrested in connection with her death later in the evening. Sources told Oregon Live that he tried to kill himself before his arrest

‘Sara was funny, kind and a great mother,’ a family friend said. ‘She was the kind of person to give you the shirt off her back.’ 

‘Her son, I mean, I don’t know if he comprehends that she’s never going to come back,’ another friend told KPTV. ‘It takes an evil, evil person to do something like that.’ 

The family has declined to comment to local media as of yet.

Police said in a statement they would release the suspect’s identity ‘at a later date’. 

Anyone with information about Zghoul’s death is asked to call 1-503-846-2700. 

Zghoul had worked as an actress and model and is survived by her son

'Sara was funny, kind and a great mother,' a family friend said

Zghoul had worked as an actress and model and is survived by her son. ‘Sara was funny, kind and a great mother,’ a family friend said



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