Suspect charged in UNC student's death; second sought
(CNN) -- One suspect has been charged and police are hunting for another in connection with the killing of University of North Carolina student Eve Carson, police said Wednesday.
Demario James Atwater, 21, was arrested early Wednesday at a residence in Durham, North Carolina.
Authorities were watching the home after receiving a tip that Atwater was inside.
He was charged with first-degree murder in Carson's death.
Atwater is believed to be the man in a convenience-store photograph released by police.
A second suspect, Lawrence Alvin Lovett Jr., 17, is being sought in Carson's death, police said.
He also faces a first-degree murder charge.
Lovett could be armed and dangerous, police told CNN affiliate WRAL.
Police believe Lovett was the man seen in a surveillance-camera photo possibly using Carson's card at an ATM, Chapel Hill Police Chief Brian Curran said.
The pictures showed a young man wearing a hooded sweatshirt and baseball cap. There also appeared to be a large, shadowy form of another person in the back seat of the vehicle, which may have been Carson's SUV.
Police believe Atwater was in the back seat, Curran said.
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