DE teen after traveling to Philly for Facebook first date, police say

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The victim has been identified as Sabriyah McLean, of New Castle County.

23-year-old Cole Swaringer-Herring is accused of fatally stabbing a 15-year-old girl he met on Facebook before attempting to burn her body and leaving it in a pile of leaves.

Homicide Capt. Jack Ryan says Swaringer-Herring attempted to hide the murder by burning the DE girl's body and burying it under a pile of leaves.

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According to local news station WPVI-TV, McLean and Swaringer-Herring met in person on Monday night.

Authorities say 23-year-old Cole Swaringer-Herring faces murder, arson and other charges in connection with the death of 15-year-old Sabriya McLean. She had been stabbed about 80 times. They alerted police to their son's confession the next morning, leading to the discovery of McLean's body. The motive is still unknown.

Her parents reported her missing that same day, the outlet reports.

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'It was a very violent act so we're looking at him in connection to some other possible cases that we've had, ' Capt. Jack Ryan told 6ABC.

Police are looking into Swaringer-Herring's past after "several run ins with police".

The incident happened on Monday, when McLean traveled to Philadelphia to meet Swaringer-Herring for the first time at his parents house. He remains in custody pending a preliminary hearing.

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