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Authorities working to identify two persons of interest in connection with remains found inside charred SUV

45-year-old Carlos Rose reported was missing on Oct. 20

On Wednesday morning, authorities released a clearer picture of the other two persons of interest.
On Wednesday morning, authorities released a clearer picture of the other two persons of interest. (WSLS)

BEDFORD COUNTY, Va. – We now know that a missing man case and murder case spanning two different counties are connected. Authorities are working to learn the identities of two persons of interest in connection with the incidents.

On Oct. 22, the Bedford County Sheriff’s Office announced it was searching for 45-year-old Carlos Rose who was reported missing out of the Boonsboro area on Oct. 20.

Appomattox County Sheriff Donald Simpson announced Wednesday that Rose’s remains were found inside a burned-out SUV found on Oct. 21.

So far in this case, one person has been arrested and three men have been identified as persons of interest. One of those men, Enrico Moss, is in custody out-of-state on unrelated charges.

On Wednesday morning, authorities released a clearer picture of the other two persons of interest. The photo is from a Walmart in Madison Heights on the afternoon of October 21.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Appomattox County Sheriff’s Office at 434-352-8241.


ORIGINAL STORY

Several law enforcement agencies are working to find a person who was reported missing out of Bedford County.

45-year-old Carlos Rose was reported missing out of the Boonsboro area on Tuesday, according to the Bedford County Sheriff’s Office.

The Bedford County Sheriff’s Office could not comment on whether or not this investigation is related to the body found in Appomattox County.

The investigation is ongoing. The Appomattox County Sheriff’s Office and other surrounding jurisdictions are working closely with the Bedford County Sheriff’s Office to locate Rose.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Bedford County Sheriff’s Office at 540-586-7827 or Central Virginia Crime Stoppers at 1-888-798-5900. You can also enter a tip online. Crime Stoppers callers remain anonymous and could receive a cash reward up to $1,000.