A week after 21-year-old Denee Rawls disappeared, a suspect has been charged with her murder, according to WCNC. 

Nicholas Davis, 22, was charged with the murder of Rawls, his girlfriend, after her remains were found in east Charlotte, North Carolina, on Nov. 29. The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department booked and charged Davis on Nov. 30.

Rawls was last seen departing her home on Robur Court on Nov. 22, after reportedly getting in the car with a then unidentified man. With no foul play suggested, police said she left her residence voluntarily.

A wellness call was placed by Rawls’ family out of concern after she didn’t return home. Her family then officially filed a missing person’s report on Nov. 24, which led police to open up an investigation for her safe return.

Police recovered the remains of Rawls’ body at 7400 Harrisburg Rd., near Albemarle Rd.

The CPMD took to Twitter and released updates naming Davis. "Davis was quickly identified as a suspect," the police department said.

Davis’ next court date is scheduled for Dec. 20. Homicide Unit Detective Condron will lead the investigation as the case remains active, CBS 17 reports