Mysterious tweet appears in woman's account after she was found murdered

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Police in Texas are trying to determine how a tweet was sent from a woman's Twitter account one day after she was found murdered.

The 24-year-old victim, Jacqueline Vandagriff, a student at Texas Woman's University, was last seen alive on September 13.

According to CBS News, security footage shows the woman leaving a bar with 30-year-old Charles Dean Bryant. It is unknown if they had a prior relationship.

The last sighting occurred at around 9:45 pm that night.

The next morning, firefighters were called about a fire at a local park and discovered Vandagriff's charred remains.

However, the following day, on September 15, the woman's Twitter page posted a message reading, "Never knew I could feel like this."

A police spokesperson in Grapevine, Texas, has said they are investigating the tweet and if Bryant or someone else sent it.

Bryant, who was arrested on Sunday, faces capital murder charges.

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