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DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Dallas Police announced the arrest of Kristopher Love, 31, for capital murder of Uptown dentist, Dr. Kendra Hatcher on September 2nd.

Police also have a warrant for the capital murder arrest of Brenda Delgado, 33.

Capital murder suspect Brenda Delgado.

Capital murder suspect Brenda Delgado (Daily Mail).

Mug shot of Brenda Delgado on unrelated charge in September 2015.

Mug shot of Brenda Delgado on unrelated charge in September 2015.

They say she is a fugitive who should turn herself in.

Police say Love had what investigators believe was the murder weapon when he was arrested.  Love is being held on $2.5-million bond.

They say this is a “murder for hire” case and Delgado planned it.

Here is the official statement from Dallas Police Friday night:

Over the course of the last month, Dallas police homicide detectives have been working tirelessly together with our partners at the Dallas County District Attorney’s office and our federal partners at the FBI and US Attorney’s office piecing together information related to the murder of Dr. Kendra Hatcher, killed on September 2, 2015.

Within the last 48 hours specifically, detectives have been working around the clock executing search warrants and interviewing individuals in connection with the offense.

Tonight, we announce the arrest of Kristopher Love, Black male 03-23-1984, as the person we have identified as having shot Dr. Hatcher. He has been charged with Capital Murder and a federal charge of Unlawful Possession of a Firearm by a Felon and is currently in the Dallas County Jail on a $2.5 million bond. When Mr. Love was arrested, he was found in possession of the weapon believed to have been used to kill Dr. Hatcher.

Additionally, we have secured a warrant for the arrest of Brenda Delgado, Latin female 6-18-1982, also for the charge of Capital Murder for her involvement in the offense.

We want to thank the citizens who came forward with information and helped with the investigation of this crime. Additionally, we want to thank Dr. Hatcher’s family and the citizens of the City of Dallas for their patience through this difficult process.

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