DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. — A missing woman whose photo was shared by a DeKalb County Police social media page on Tuesday has been found dead one day later.

DeKalb County shared a poster urging anyone who had seen 19-year-old Te'a Choates to call DeKalb County Police. Sadly, police said they found Choates' body the next day and charged 18-year-old Aldeyshaun Locklear with her murder.

RELATED: Funeral arrangements, fundraiser set up for Te'a Choates, pregnant teen found dead in woods

In all, Locklear faces charges of concealing a death, felony murder and aggravated assault strangulation.  He is being held at the DeKalb County Jail as the investigation into Choates' death continues.

Police haven't yet released the relationship - if any - between the victim and her alleged killer. 11Alive is working to gather more information. Check back for updates as they become available.

Aldeyshaun Locklear
DeKalb County Sheriff's Office


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