Sep 1, 2015 7:27 PM

Family of murdered Manchester woman makes public plea for help in shooting investigation

MANCHESTER - In a quiet Manchester neighborhood, the family of a woman gunned down Sunday evening spoke to fellow residents.

Tom Robert, the victim's brother spoke today and asked the public for help.

“Anybody that might know anything, might have seen anything, that evening, no matter how insignificant it may seem just let the police know,” said Robert.

The North End was quieter Tuesday as flowers marked a memorial where Robert was killed.

“My doors are always locked and I have a light in the garage always on,” said Lydia Garneau, who lives on Ray Street.

Two days after the shooting, neighbors admitted feeling more alert and on edge.

One woman said she didn’t even want her face on camera knowing the killer could still be out there.

"Spoke about the possibility people come around Sunday nights looking for scraps," said Dave Spahn, recalling seeing a pick-up truck that police may be searching for.

"There's one that is sort of a rusted truck sort of a red rust-ish truck,” said Garneau.

Neighbors are locking doors and leaving on lights.

“Its very frightening, especially for me. I come in late from work and its dark but my lights are all on and we just don’t think of things like this happening,” said Elaine Lamy.

The Robert family holding on to hope but have a tight grip on reality.

"The reality is we may never find out but like I said we can't let that rule the day,” said Ernie Robert, the victim’s brother.


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