A pregnant woman sent a desperate text to her mom, warning her of her death, just minutes before she was allegedly murdered, RadarOnline.com has learned.
According to NewsOK, Twyla Taylor received a disturbing text from her 7-months-pregnant daughter, Shaliyah Toombs, this April 29, saying: "They gonna kill me mom help me."
Taylor reported Toombs missing that same morning, and police found her dead three days later.
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation said cops discovered Toombs's body inside a pickup truck in Oklahoma City.
Local residents Joshua Finkbeiner, 30, and Staci Harjo, 42, were arrested on murder charges after going in for questioning. They are being held on two counts of first-degree murder as they await a court hearing.
The truck driver, Daniel Vasquez, was arrested for accessory after the fact, after he told police of the body and confessed to having taken part in the murder.
Vasquez told investigators that Finkbeiner and Harjo pointed a gun at him and Toombs and ordered them to get into the vehicle.
The suspected killers had previously burst into the pregnant woman's home after they believe she'd stolen a hard drive that belonged to Finkbeiner's employer. After they got her in the truck, they reportedly chocked her and told Vasquez to finish killing her. He told police that the woman did not have a pulse when he put his hand around her neck.
The driver claimed Finkbeiner and Harjo the got out of the truck and paid him to drive off with the pregnant victim's dead body. He alerted police at a local gas station, after he stopped to fill his tank.
"Hallelujah!!! Never Never Never under estimate the Power of Prayer. The people that murdered my only child Shaliyah Toombs and unborn grandson have been captured. I give God all the Glory and Praise and thank everyone who prayed and believed. #justiceformybabygirl" Shaliyah Toombs's mother, Twyla Taylor, wrote on Facebook after the suspects were arrested.
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