FLOWER MOUND, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Police have identified a suspect who allegedly traveled from California to North Texas and killed an 18-year-old man he met through an online game.

Police in Flower Mound said Matthew Thane was killed on Aug. 18 and that the investigation led authorities to a home in Pleasanton, California.

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According to police, the Pleasanton resident, later identified as Alexander Frank Baro, 23, was linked to Thane through an online game. Cell phone data showed the 23-year-old traveled from his home to Flower Mound and then back to Pleasanton within 72 hours.

On Aug. 19, authorities in Pleasanton obtained a search warrant for the suspect’s home. However, as authorities were attempting to get Baro to leave the home, the 23-year-old took his own life, police said.

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Alexander Baro (Credit: Flower Mound Police Department)

Baro’s identity was released on Friday, Sept. 11, and police said he was the sole suspect in Thane’s death.

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The case is still under investigation.