Missing woman’s remains found after 25 years on ex-boyfriend’s property

Published 5:39 pm Tuesday, June 18, 2024

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The suspected remains of a Beaumont woman were finally recovered, 25 years after she went missing.

The woman, Kimberly Langwell’s ex-boyfriend was indicted on the charge of murder after a search of his property showed human remains earlier this week.

Terry Rose 67, was indicted on the first degree felony charge this week.

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A missing person’s report was made on Langwell July 10, 1999, saying she was last seen leaving work July 9, 1999.

It was reported she had plans to stop by her ex-boyfriend’s home before going to her own home.

Langwell reported her as missing and over the past 24-plus years there have been no confirmed sightings of or digital trace and she was presumed dead, according to the probable cause affidavit for Rose’s arrest.

In April 2024 a “reliable informant” provided detectives with information saying Rose admitted to the informant he had killed Langwell inside the home at1655 Lindbergh Drive, Beaumont.

Based on this information, detectives obtained an evidentiary residential search for Rose’s residence and properties.

On June 13 while searching Rose’s residence on Lindberg, confirmed human remains were found on the property and are believed to be those of Langwell.

Rose is being held on a $1 million bond.