Law enforcement agencies have identified a car they wanted in connection with a road wrath shooting in eastern North Carolina last week that killed six 47-year-old mothers from Pennsylvania.
The· Robeson County Sheriff’s Office Monday shared surveillance footage of a silver 4-door Chevrolet Malibu made between 2008 and 2013 on a North Carolina license plate. The driver was accused of shooting and killing Julie Everly at I-95 near Lumberton, just a shy on the South Carolina border, on Thursday.
Investigators check security tapes for businesses and residents on Elm Street and Roberts Avenue in Lumberton for similar images of the car between 11:40 am and 12:30 pm on March 25. I’m asking you to do it.
“Someone is aware of this car,” Sheriff Bernice Wilkins said on Monday. “Anyone who has information about who and where this vehicle is, please contact our office immediately. This allegation until we stand in his yard. Keep track of people. “
According to sheriffs, Everly, a mother of six from Manheim, Pennsylvania, was shot while driving with her husband Ryan in Hilton Head, South Carolina, to celebrate their wedding anniversary.
The incident unfolded Thursday at about 11:40 am near the 23-mile marker on I-95.
According to the sheriff’s office, the couple’s car was reportedly too close to another driver while attempting to change lanes.
Investigators said Chevy Malibu was last seen driving the interstate highway south towards Exit 22 and crossing the bridge towards Lumberton. Everlies pulled I-95 to wait for help.
Ryan Everly isn’t injured, but Julie Everly Died that afternoon at UNC Southeastern Hospital, McClatchy News reported.
The sheriff’s office Offer a $ 10,000 reward For information leading to arrest with money proposed by an anonymous donor in Robeson County.
Over $ 53,000 has been raised for families through online fundraising.
“I need your help. Show it to others We do not tolerate this“Sheriff Bernice Wilkins said in a Facebook post on Friday. “This murderous coward must be caught. Please provide the information I know someone has, or better yet, I’m sure you’ll read this. So be a man and look back on yourself. “