An 18-year-old woman has been arrested for the murder of a man found dead on the roof of a McDonald's last week, the NYPD said on Saturday.

Ayame Stamoulis, of East Flatbush, was arrested and charged with the murder of a man found wrapped in a plastic bag on the roof of McDonald's in the South Bronx on East 149th Street near Morris Avenue about 6 a.m. Wednesday, according to an NYPD release. A maintenance worker reportedly found the body.

Stamoulis and two other men are suspected of breaking into victim Richard Hamlet's apartment, the Daily News reports.

They allegedly beat and choked him, and then threw his body onto the roof of the McDonald's near the apartment building, according to a copy of a criminal complaint obtained by the News. ABC7 reports the three of them also forced Hamlet to drink a caustic liquid.

The Bronx District Attorney's office did not immediately respond to an inquiry on Sunday. A police spokesperson said no other arrests had been made as of Sunday morning, and the investigation is ongoing. A lawyer listed for Stamoulis did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Stamoulis is being held without bail at Rikers Island after being arrested Friday. Her next court date is August 17th.