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ARDMORE, Pa. (WPVI) — Police have arrested a suspect for the murder of model Christina Kraft last week in Ardmore, Pa.

The suspect has been identified 30-year-old Jonathan Wesley Harris of Johnstown, Pennsylvania. Harris is charged with first, second, and third-degree murder, robbery and theft. He was arrested by the U.S. Marshals while getting off a bus in Pittsburgh on Wednesday after allegedly fleeing the Philadelphia area.

Harris had just been released from state prison on July 15.

Authorities say he was the person of interest seen in the surveillance images released earlier this week.

ABC6 further reported the following:

An anonymous source called police after seeing the video on news reports, authorities say.

According to authorities, this person said Harris texted him or her around the time the former Playboy model was murdered and said he was at her apartment in Ardmore.

In a news conference held Wednesday afternoon, Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin Steele said Kraft died a violent death.

“Christina was beaten, and the beating was substantial. Her nose was broken, she had black eyes, there was a lot of blood,” he said. “Then she died of strangulation. Something was put around her neck.”

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