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Stop the Violence searches for answers in NLR mother's death

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NORTH LITTLE ROCK (KATV) -

Police continue their hunt for the person who shot and killed a young mother at a busy North Little Rock intersection.

One organization is stepping forward to try to keep this case on neighbors' minds and help the family financially.

Samantha Olson, 31, was driving with her baby in the vehicle when she was shot.

Rev. Benny Johnson with the Stop the Violence Movement is asking anyone who knows anything to come forward.

"He's a monster and a person who kills a person in broad daylight, this person just doesn't have no kind of conscious," Johnson said.

The pickup truck believed to be involved is a dark maroon 2007 to 2010 Ford F150 with tinted windows, chrome wheels and a possible chrome bumper.

The hotline to call with any information is (501) 680-8439.

 

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