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The reward for information leading to the person who killed a Pennsylvania woman has increased.The Robeson County Sheriff’s Office in North Carolina, where the crime happened, said residents who wish to remain anonymous donated the money. The reward now stands at $20,000.Road rage killingJulie Eberly, a mother of six from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, was shot and killed in a road rage attack on I-95 on March 25. Eberly and her husband were on their way to Hilton Head to celebrate their anniversary.The Robeson County Sheriff’s Office has released a picture of a silver Chevy Malibu they say was involved. Police said someone from that vehicle fired shots into the car Eberly was in with her husband, killing her. Eberly’s husband was not injured.Police say the Eberly’s car got close to the Malibu while merging. The driver then got beside them, rolled down his window and fired several shots. “We are going to aggressively track down the driver of this vehicle. Detectives have worked nonstop 24/7 to identify this coward. If you know who it is and who owns this car, come forward now. Do not become part of a conspiracy and call us now,” Sheriff Burnis Wilkins said in a statement.If you have information that could help, you can call the Robeson County Sheriff’s Office at 910-671-3170 or email sheriff@robesoncoso.org.

The reward for information leading to the person who killed a Pennsylvania woman has increased.

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The Robeson County Sheriff’s Office in North Carolina, where the crime happened, said residents who wish to remain anonymous donated the money.

The reward now stands at $20,000.

Road rage killing

Julie Eberly, a mother of six from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, was shot and killed in a road rage attack on I-95 on March 25. Eberly and her husband were on their way to Hilton Head to celebrate their anniversary.

The Robeson County Sheriff’s Office has released a picture of a silver Chevy Malibu they say was involved. Police said someone from that vehicle fired shots into the car Eberly was in with her husband, killing her. Eberly’s husband was not injured.

Robeson County Sheriff’s Office

Police released a photo of the suspect’s vehicle.

Police say the Eberly’s car got close to the Malibu while merging. The driver then got beside them, rolled down his window and fired several shots.

“We are going to aggressively track down the driver of this vehicle. Detectives have worked nonstop 24/7 to identify this coward. If you know who it is and who owns this car, come forward now. Do not become part of a conspiracy and call us now,” Sheriff Burnis Wilkins said in a statement.

If you have information that could help, you can call the Robeson County Sheriff’s Office at 910-671-3170 or email sheriff@robesoncoso.org.

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