Body found believed to be that of missing Charlotte woman

From left to right: 17-year-old Alex Castillo, 23-year-old Sandy Le and 19-year-old Ahmia Feaster. (Photos courtesy Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police)

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Authorities have discovered a body believed to be that of a Charlotte woman who, along with two co-workers, went missing last week.

News outlets report Charlotte-Mecklenburg police say the remains were found in woods in Cabarrus County Wednesday.

Police have been searching since last week for 23-year-old Tru Quan Le, 19-year-old Ahmia Feaster and a 17-year-old boy.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg police Maj. Cam Selvey announced earlier this week that they were investigating the disappearance of Le as a homicide.

He says Feaster and the 17-year-old are believed to have crossed into Mexico.

Selvey said warrants have been issued for Feaster and the 17-year-old charging them with a possession of a stolen vehicle charge after Le’s car was recovered in Phoenix.

The three knew each other from working at a local restaurant.

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