Alexis Crawford, 21, disappeared from her off-campus home more than a week ago and was found dead in a park in nearby Dekalb County on Friday.
The police identified the suspects as Jordan Jones and Baron Brantley – both 21. One of the two suspects took investigators to where their body was found, said Atlanta police chief Erika Shields, reporters.
"Although one motive is not clear, the department received a police report from Alexis Crawford on October 27, a few days before it was reported missing," Shields said. "In this review, Alexis described unintentional kissing and touching of Barron Brantley."
Jordan Jones is the roommate and friend of the victim, police said. Brantley is the friend of Jones.
The investigators are working to obtain arrest warrants.
Crawford's roommate told police she saw her at bedtime around midnight on November 1
Crawford's iPhone, ID and debit card were missing in the apartment. According to police report, the charger and the keys of the phone were in the apartment at the side table next to the couch.
Her sister told the police that they last spoke at 8:44 pm. on October 30, when Crawford asked her sister what she had planned for the weekend. Her sister said she did not do anything and Crawford did not respond to lyrics afterwards, her sister told the police.
Her mother told the police she was in a good mood and laughing when they spoke that night. The next day she was reported missing by the family.
The "apple of her eye"
Her family is devastated, Rev. Markel Hutchins advises the Crawfords. He described her as the "apple of her eye".
Hutchins spoke to her parents after hearing about her death and says they are mourning.
"Alexis & # 39; s mother was literally unable to speak, all she could do was listen as I tried to comfort her and comfort her," said Hutchins. "Alexis & # 39; Father said, & # 39; If they wanted to kill someone, they could have taken mine, they did not have to kill my baby, they did not have to kill them."
In the heart The family is grateful for the support of the local community and people throughout the country, he said.
Shields expressed her condolences to the family, saying she wished things would be different.
"The case has come to one of the saddest conclusions possible and absolutely heartbreaking," said the boss. I am so sorry that we can not offer you a better ending.
Clark Atlanta President George French Jr. sent a letter to the university family expressing his condolences and the additional counselors were provided. "Our deepest prayers and thoughts are with her family," wrote French "Tonight we mourn together."
CNN's Steve Almasy contributed to this report.