Detroit police say a “person of interest” has been detained in the October killing of synagogue president Samantha Woll.
Police say they won’t release further details on the individual’s identity “to ensure the integrity of this ongoing investigation,” CNN reports.
Woll, 40, was president of Isaac Agree Downtown Synagogue.
She was found dead outside her Detroit home October 21, hours after returning from a wedding, though investigators believe the attack occurred inside.
Police have previously said they do not believe the killing to have been motivated by antisemitism.
Last month, a suspect was detained and later released.