By Lance Hernandez
Aurora, CO (KMGH/CNN) - Police have found a body in a Colorado neighborhood and now they are investigating to see if it might belong to woman who has been missing since Saturday.
Her street has a bit of an eerie history, including a link to the Aurora movie theater massacre.
KMGH-TV was there as police went door-to-door showing pictures and asking if anyone saw a confrontation between two people.
Investigators say Bertha Garcia and a friend were visiting a duplex Saturday night. She then walked the friend out to his car.
"We don't know if Mr. Medina knew the friend was over there. We don't know if Mr. Medina was watching the place, stalking," said Officer Frank Fania with the Aurora Police Department.
Police say that as the friend drove away he saw a man approach Garcia. They don't know for sure that it was Medina.
"But after we took the initial report we found out he was at his brother's requesting a car and a gun and it's all starting to point towards that," said Fania.
"I just can't believe it," said neighbor Bernie Holden.
Holden lives across the street. It's the same neighborhood where an apartment building was torched last month and where mass murder suspect James Holmes booby-trapped his own apartment.
Colorado Springs police found a car that had burst into flames on Pikes Peak Highway. A body was found inside. At first authorities thought there might be a link between that car and the missing Aurora woman, but now they say they're not so sure.