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Missing Colorado man found dead in Iowa

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Grant Michael Frazier, a Colorado man missing for over a week, has been found dead in Iowa. Police in Colorado Springs said Tuesday that the body of Frazier, 61, was found in Newton, Iowa, 30 miles east of Des Moines along Interstate 80. His car was also recovered.

Spokesman Larry Herbert said details about how he died won't be released until after an autopsy is done.

Police are now looking for help in finding a woman who was last known to be with Frazier, 21-year-old Bionca Rogers.

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Bionca Rogers
Colorado Springs Police Dept. via CBS Denver
The Colorado Springs Gazette reports an arrest warrant for first-degree murder was issued Tuesday by Colorado Springs police for Rogers.

Word of Frazier's death came a day after police asked for the public's help in finding him and Rogers. Police said Frazier had been missing since Feb. 16 and that the details of his disappearance were suspicious.

Court records indicate Rogers was already wanted on an unrelated warrant from Feb. 15 for carrying a concealed weapon and child abuse, reports the paper.

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