In this image from TV taken on Friday Sept. 11, 2015 and made available Saturday Sept. 12, 2015, authorities lead suspect Miguel Angel Munoz, center in green, out of a building, in Grandas de Salime, northwest Spain. (Rocio Ferreira via APTN)
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A body found on a rural property in northwest Spain is most likely that of an American woman who went missing while walking along a pilgrimage route, Spanish officials said Saturday.A ministry spokesman had earlier said Miguel Angel Munoz had led investigators to his small farm near the Camino de Santiago, also called the St. James Way, after being arrested Friday in Asturias, 200 kilometers (124 miles) to the north.Thiem, 41, of Arizona, was last seen April 5 walking along the route at the town of Astorga, 10 kilometers (6 miles) east of Santa Catalina de Somoza, the town closest to Munoz's farm, the ministry said.
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