By CBS13 Staff

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Jury selection in the Kristin Smart murder trial has been postponed a week due to health concerns for one of the people involved in the proceedings.

The in-person portion of jury selection in trial of 45-year-old Paul Flores was slated to begin Monday. It’s since been rescheduled for June 27.

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Flores is accused of raping and killing Smart, a native of Stockton, after he volunteered to take her back to her dorm following a frat party near the Cal Poly campus 26 years ago.

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Flores’ father, Ruben, 80, is accused of helping hide the body. The men are being tried in separately in Monterey County.

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While Smart was declared dead in 2002, her body has yet to be found.