Nevada man wanted in connection to girlfriend’s homicide could be in Idaho, police say
IDAHO FALLS — Police in Las Vegas say a man wanted for his girlfriend’s slaying could be hiding out in Idaho.
On Oct. 5, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Polie Department began investigating the disappearance of Tiffany Booth, 35, and her boyfriend, Eduardo Clemente. The 39-year-old man is wanted on murder warrants after an investigation by Nevada homicide detectives.
“We do not know where he is, but I want to draw special attention to anyone who lives in any remote areas, specifically in northeastern Nevada near the Ruby Mountains, near Ely, Nevada, and also into Idaho,” said LVMPD Lt. Ray Spencer, according to KSNV.
Investigators said in a news release Booth and Clemente failed to show up to work after taking a few days off for a vacation. Family members were unable to get ahold of Booth and Clemente, prompting them to contact LVMPD.
LVMPD said at a news conference shared by FOX 5 Las Vegas that detectives found “unusual electronic activity” and evidence at the couple’s Las Vegas apartment led them to suspect foul play.
Police found Booth’s car on Oct. 8, near Ely, Nevada and her body on Oct. 19, hours south in Indian Springs, Nevada, according to a news release. Police interviewed people in the area and reviewed evidence.
“That investigation also led us to Idaho where we had an additional activity that we knew Eduardo was in Idaho as well as the Ely, Nevada area,” Spencer said at the news conference.
Police did not elaborate where in Idaho Clemente was but say he is likely hiding out in remote mountainous areas.
Booth’s family told EastIdahoNews.com that her credit card was last used on Oct. 6 at a Stinker Station convenience store and McDonald’s in Idaho. Witnesses in Nevada said that on Nov. 8, Clemente allegedly said he was on a spiritual journey from Idaho Falls after burying his mom, Booth’s family said.
Anyone with any information about this incident is asked to contact the LVMPD Homicide Section at 702-828-3521, or by email to email@example.com. To remain anonymous, contact Crime Stoppers at 702-385-5555, or online at www.crimestoppersofnv.com.
— LVMPD (@LVMPD) October 28, 2020