Police in Washington, D.C., have arrested a suspect in connection with the death of actress Tricia McCauley, who went missing on Christmas Day.
McCauley, 46, was found dead in her car Dec. 27, two days after disappearing.
"Tricia is gone, they have found her body," Brian McCauley, her brother, wrote on Facebook. "Thank you for all your work, support and love. To all of her D.C. family, I know she truly thought of you that way, thank you for being there for her all these years. Hang on to each other."
Police later confirmed that McCauley's body was discovered in her car in front of a CVS pharmacy. The cause of death has not been revealed, although police say her body showed signs of trauma, according to the Daily Mail.
McCauley was last heard from around 4:30 p.m. on Dec. 25. She was supposed to have dinner at a friend's house but never showed up.
At approximately 10:50 p.m. on Dec. 26, security cameras filmed the male suspect driving McCauley's white Toyota Scion away from a CVS on Rhode Island Ave., according to CBS News. He reportedly robbed that CVS location earlier in the night.
Interim Police Chief Peter Newsham did not disclose the suspect's identity but did say it appears he was unknown to McCauley. It is also unclear whether the suspect has been charged.
McCauley is best known for her appearance in the 2006 dance movie "Step Up," which starred Channing Tatum, according to the Daily Mail.
She also had a master's degree in herbal medicine and was a licensed nutritionist, certified health coach, and yoga instructor.