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Investigators Seek Motive, Suspect In Murder Of Wilson Teen
Family, Friends Want Answers About Brittany Willis' Murder
WILSON, N.C. -- As investigators look for more clues in the field where her body was found, family and friends of Brittany Willis tried to make sense of her death.
"Anyone that would do that to a person like her -- it makes me very mad," said Kathryn Overton, Willis' next-door neighbor and friend.
Overton's twin sister, Malory, planned to be Willis' roommate next year at Peace College.
"She didn't know a stranger. She was the most caring, fun girl I've ever met," Kathryn Overton said.
Willis graduated from Hunt High School in May. She was a soccer player and involved in many clubs. School psychologists and counselors have been talking with her friends, but no one knows why anyone would kill Willis.
"The sooner we get this person off the street, the better and safer all of us will feel," school counselor Nancy Boykin said. "You know she didn't deserve what happened to her."
Police have no suspects at this time, but they believe the key to their investigation lies in the pearl white 2000 Lexus RX-300 SUV Willis was driving.
Police continued to search the woods around the field and interview neighbors. They are waiting on lab results from Willis' SUV, which they recovered in front of an empty townhome, less than a mile from her body. They believe, at some point, the SUV was in the field.
"We don't know that she didn't go with someone that she knew or we don't know that this was something random," said Sgt. D.H. Garris, of the Wilson Police Department.
Overton and other friends are collecting money for a reward, hoping it will bring an arrest.
"We really just want to know what happened," Overton said.
Police want to talk with anyone who may have seen Willis or her SUV on Ward Boulevard late Monday afternoon. The reward for information leading to an arrest is up to $20,000.
Ce blogue est une investigation de le meurtre de ma soeur, Theresa Allore. Il y a 30 ans Theresa est mort aux secteurs de Compton, Sherbrooke et Lennoxville, Québec.
Life isn't fair, Justice is blind... and dysfunctional, and some cops aren't smart and dedicated like on tv.
Si vous avez information contact Sue Sutherland: CP 45 Succursale Lennoxville, Sherbrooke J1M 1Z3,Canada:email@example.com Tel: 514-264-7830
Wednesday, June 30, 2004
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