A florist shop employee who was late to work Thursday morning spotted Charleston shooting suspect Dylann Roof and placed a call to police that got him arrested. Debbie Dills saw Roof's car driving along a highway then called her employer, Todd Frady of Frady’s Florist, who then called police around 10:35 a.m. “I saw the news coverage last night and the picture of the car. I knew it was a black car, and it had a tag on the front. I saw the pictures of him with the bowl cut,” Dills told the Shelby Star. “Since it happened, I was praying for them and the church. I was in the right place at the right time that the Lord puts you.” Twenty minutes after Dill first called her boss, Roof was arrested.