WASHINGTON (FOX 5 DC) - A man suspected of kidnapping, raping and robbing a woman as she left the Naylor Road Metro station is in custody while a second suspect remains on the loose as police in Prince George's County and D.C. are continuing to work together to find him, police say.
The victim described the ordeal as a 45-minute car ride from hell.
But over a week later, police officials announced some encouraging news at D.C. police headquarters as both suspects were identified and arrest warrants were obtained for them.
Police say 25-year-old Nick Savoy of Southeast D.C. surrendered to police in Roanoke, Virginia. He is now awaiting extradition.
However, police are actively searching for the other suspect - 29-year-old Mark Blue of Northwest D.C.
Both men are facing charges of first- and second-degree rape, armed robbery, kidnapping and other related charges.
The victim says the two suspects forced her into a dark-colored sedan at gunpoint as she was walking home from the Naylor Road Metro station just after midnight on Dec. 3.
She says after taking turns raping and assaulting her, they pushed her from the car and left her in an alley behind Anacostia High School in D.C. just blocks from Savoy's home.
"Just the sounds of her crying, it was like some of the worst things I ever heard," said Frank Spears.
He answered the victim's frantic knocks at his door. She was caught on surveillance video leaving an alley and walking down the street desperately seeking help.
"She was really terrified and scared, and she wanted somebody to help her because she was outside with no clothes on," described Spears.
Police say they have stepped up their presence near the Naylor Road Metro station where the alleged kidnapping took place.
"I know Prince George's County has been coordinating efforts, especially with Metro Transit Police and also with us being on the border, in order to make sure we have a police presence in that area more than usual," said D.C. Police Commander Leslie Parsons.
One of the suspects was also caught on camera using the victim's ATM card to withdraw money from her account.
If you can help police track down Blue, both Prince George's County police and D.C. police want to hear from you as a reward is being offered.