PENNSYLVANIA — A $10,000 reward is now being supplied within the highway rage killing of a Pennsylvania lady and mom of six who was on trip in North Carolina.
The money was offered by an nameless resident of Robeson County, the county the place the incident happened.
(*6*) county Sheriff Burnis Wilkins stated in saying the reward.
Currently, authorities are looking for video footage and eyewitness accounts of the incident.
Eberly was driving down I-95 along with her husband close to the city of Lumberton at round 11:40 a.m. final Thursday. The couple was touring to the seashore to have fun their marriage ceremony anniversary, which was on the day earlier than the capturing.
The Eberly’s car got here near the shooter’s car when lanes have been merging, authorities stated. Shortly thereafter, the shooter pulled alongside the passenger aspect of the Eberly’s, rolled down his window, and fired a number of pictures into the passenger door, in accordance with the Robeson County Sheriff’s Department.
One of the pictures struck Julie Eberly, and her husband pulled over to the aspect of the highway. The suspect sped off and exited the freeway at Exit 22, crossing over a bridge that goes into the city of Lumberton, in accordance with police.
Police stated they suppose the suspect was driving a silver or grey 2010 Chevrolet Malibu or Impala, with tinted home windows and chrome across the window body.
Sheriff Wilkins urged the general public to come back ahead, earlier than addressing the suspect instantly.
“Let’s show others that we won’t tolerate this,” he stated. “This murderous coward must be caught…Or better yet, be a man and turn yourself in as I am sure you will read this. God won’t forget and we won’t give up on bringing you to justice.”
A GoFundMe to benefit the family has already raised practically $45,000 from virtually a thousand donors.
Wilkins added that he’d spoken with the household.
“As devastated as they are, they were so appreciative of the outpouring of support they have received not only from their home community in Pennsylvania but our community as well,” he stated.
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