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Man Walks Into Police Station And Allegedly Confesses To Killing Wife With Zip-Tie

Luis Manuel Romero-Moran is accused of following his wife Zoranllilis Cadena Cambar to a home where she worked as a housekeeper before using a zip-tie to strangle her.

By Gina Tron
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A Florida man allegedly got so angry over a fight with his wife that he hunted her down the following day and strangled her with a zip-tie before walking into a police station to confess to the killing.

Luis Manuel Romero-Moran, 46, entered the Miami-Dade Police Station on Monday morning where he allegedly announced, “I killed my wife and I’m here to turn myself in,” according to a police report obtained by the Associated Press.

By the end of the day, investigators had charged him with first-degree murder for the death of his wife, Zoranllilis Cadena Cambar, 41.

Romero-Moran allegedly followed Cambar to a home in Doral that morning where she worked as a housekeeper. The couple had a dispute one day earlier and “that is when he knew he was going to kill the victim,” the police report states.

Cambar’s body was discovered at the Doral home on Monday morning by another individual, the Miami Herald reports. That person called the police and said they found Cambar in the backyard with a zip-tie around her neck.

“He walked into the residence where she works with the intent of killing her with a zip tie and strangled her with it,” the police report states, according to the Miami Herald.

En route to the police station to surrender, Romero-Moran allegedly called his family to allegedly confess to the killing.

The Miami-Dade Police have not immediately responded to Oxygen.com’s request for comment.

Cadena had previously worked as a real estate agent in the area, according to Realtor.com.

It’s not clear if Romero-Moran has an attorney.