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FORT WORTH (1080 KRLD) – Investigators on the case of a missing Fort Worth woman now believe she was kidnapped with the intent of being murdered.

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Typhanie Johnson disappeared October 10. She had walked outside of her apartment to speak to Christopher Revill, a man who she dated for several months but had ended the relationship with weeks before.

Investigators say a relative had invited Revill over to watch Monday Night Football. While there they say Revill met Johnson’s new boyfriend for the first time.

Revill was arrested and charged with kidnapping after several pieces of clothing and personal items of Johnson’s were found at his home.

A warrant against Reveille now includes aggravated kidnapping, or kidnapping with the intent to kill.

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Investigators aren’t saying he definitely did it, and law experts say murder is hard to prove without a body, but charges of aggravated kidnapping carry the same legal weight as murder charges. They’re both classified as a level one felony resulting in huge fines and long prison sentences.

Typhenie Johnson stands about 5’4″ tall, and weighs approximately 135 pounds and when last seen in October was wearing a pink shirt and black and white pants. Anyone with information about her whereabouts or has information about her disappearance is asked to call 911 or contact police at 817-392-4430 or 817-335-4222.

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