Two suspects have been arrested, including the victim's daughter, after an East Peoria woman's body was found Sunday a nature preserve in McLean County.
Christine E. Roush, 22, of Washington and Matthew Isbell, 20, of Marquette Heights have been arrested on suspicion of first degree murder, according to a news release from the McLean County Sheriff's Office and State's Attorney's Office.
The body of Teresa A. Poehlman, 47, was found by a pair of hikers at a Funks Grove nature preserve a few miles southwest of Bloomington. The McLean County Coroner's Office announced Wednesday that the death was suspected a homicide.
News of the arrests came after an investigation by the sheriff's office, state's attorney and Illinois State Police lead investigators to the pair, who were arrested in Bloomington.
The news release also stated the investigation continues, with the possibility of more arrests.
Roush and Isbell are expected to be formally charged in McLean County Court at a hearing Saturday, when bail will be considered.
Anyone with information about this case is urged to call Detective Cory Beverlin at the McLean County' Sheriff's Office at 888-5048.