There are more details, and police seem to have more clues in the disappearacne and possible murder of Nina Tarkovskaya. (WJZ) Owings Mills, Md. Baltimore County Police tell Eyewitness News that they have new clues in the case of a missing Pikesville woman, which could lead to a murder investigation. Around midnight on May 21, 46-year-old Nina Tarkovskaya walked out of her Pikesville apartment to buy cigarettes--and she has not been seen since. Police say her credit card was used at an Owings Mills restaurant an hour after her disappearance. Around 3:20 a.m., police found Tarkovskaya's van burning in a fire. On June 7, a group of teenagers found the body of a white female who matched Tarkovskaya's description near a wooded area in Owings Mills. "We are getting closer to possibly tying the body in with the case of the missing woman," Baltimore County Police Sgt. Vickie Warehime tells WJZ's Richard Sher on Friday. "I hope it's not her," Tarkovskaya's neighbor says. "We all hope she's ok." Link: Missing Woman Case Could Be A Murder Mystery.