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Fort Worth police suspect foul play in woman’s disappearance

Typhenie Johnson, left, remains missing. Christopher Revill has been arrested.
Typhenie Johnson, left, remains missing. Christopher Revill has been arrested. Courtesy of Fort Worth Police Department.

Investigators said they believe foul play was involved in the disappearance of a Fort Worth woman who went missing under “suspicious circumstances,” police said Wednesday.

Christopher Steven Revill, 32, was arrested Tuesday afternoon on suspicion of kidnapping, according to jail records.

Authorities are still searching for Typhenie Johnson, 25, said officer Jimmy Pollozani, police spokesman. She was last seen Monday in the 13925 block of Tristian Lane at the Post Oak East Apartments in far east Fort Worth near Texas 360.

Johnson’s sock, phone and car keys were found in the parking lot at the apartments, Pollozani said.

When police arrested Revill, he was driving a white Ford Taurus. Investigators are seeking information from anyone who might have seen the vehicle between 9 p.m. Monday and midnight Tuesday.

Fox 4 reported that Revill is Johnson’s ex-boyfriend.

She was wearing a pink shirt with black and white pants. She is about 5 feet, 4 inches tall and 135 pounds.

Revill remained in the Mansfield Jail on Wednesday with his bail set at $50,000.

In 2013, he was convicted of burglary of a habitation charge in Everman and sentenced to five years in prison, according to Tarrant County court records.

He was released on parole in July 2015, according to state prison records.

He also was convicted of aggravated robbery in Dallas County in 2008, court records show. In that case, he completed a sentence of five years and was released in March 2013.