WATERBURY — Two Waterbury residents have been charged with murder this week after a missing woman’s remains were found in a state park earlier this month.

Nearly two months after Rachel Lerato Sebetlela was reported missing in July, law enforcement announced the recovery of skeletal remains at Black Rock State Park in Watertown. The remains have since been identified as Sebetlela.

While police did not immediately identify the victim, state police made it clear the remains were not those of Jennifer Dulos — the missing New Canaan mother of five, presumed the victim of a deadly attack in May 2019.

State police did not provide any additional details regarding Sebetlela’s death, including how or when she might have died.

Through their investigation, detectives obtained warrants for 22-year-old Miles Johnson and 23-year-old Casandra Nazario in connection with Sebetlela’s death.

Johnson, of Macauley Avenue, was arrested on Wednesday and charged with murder.

Nazario, of Prospect Street, was arrested Thursday night and charged with murder, conspiracy to commit murder, tampering with evidence and conspiracy to commit tampering with evidence.

They were each held in lieu of $1 million bond.