Wake Forest woman murdered, suspect sought

Bradley Morris Hines considered armed and dangerous

Bradley Morris Hines

From WSJ Staff Reports

A Cary man is wanted for the first-degree murder of a Wake Forest woman. 

The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office is looking for 45-year-old Bradley Morris Hines, of the 1000 block of Holland Bend Drive in Cary.

On Thursday, Heather Guild, 30, of Wake Forest was reported missing by her mother, deputies said.

Guild was found dead in a Franklin County home on Gilcrest Farm Road that has a Wake Forest address.

Guild, last seen on June 18,  worked for Hines at an auto body shop that Hines owns, according to Franklin County Sheriff Kent Winstead.

Guild’s body was found in a home Hines rented located behind the auto shop, Winstead said.

Ryan Christopher Curtis was arrested in connection with the murder investigation.  He was charged with resist delay and obstruct.

Curtis is being held in the Franklin County Detention Center under a $25,000 secured bond.

Deputies said Hines is considered to be armed and dangerous.

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