NORFOLK, Va. -- An arrest has been made in the murder of Ashanti Bille.
A surveillance camera at Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek recorded the 19-year-old's Mini Cooper leaving the base early the morning of September 18. Nearly two weeks later, people in Charlotte, North Carolina found her body near a church.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation traced routes between Norfolk and Charlotte, asking people anywhere in between the two cities who had information to contact agents. The FBI offered a $10,000 reward for information leading to Billie's killer. Her employer on base, Blimpie, offered an additional $10,000 reward.
WVEC obtained video -- personal surveillance video -- taken shortly after Billie's car left Little Creek. The video shows her Mini Cooper and a man getting out of it, tossing something into a dumpster. It's the same dumpster from which investigators recovered Billie's cell phone.
WVEC IS expected to get more specific information about the arrest Wednesday afternoon.
Kimberly Wimbish, a spokeswoman for Billie's family, posted a couple of items on Facebook Wednesday including one that said: "Thank you God Justice 4 Ashanti."
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