Orlando police trying to identify vehicle, suspects that killed 60-year-old mother

Orlando police are asking the public for any information that will help them identify a vehicle and the suspects involved in a shooting that claimed the life of a 60-year-old mother and U.S. Veteran.

Angela Sutton-Washington was shot and killed while she was shopping in a plaza located at 5100 North Lane at 6:51 p.m. on February 7.

Orlando Police Department detectives believe there are witnesses to the shooting that may have seen the suspect’s vehicle in a Walgreens parking lot prior to the shooting.

Authorities released the following photo of the vehicle they believe the suspect was in during the shooting. The vehicle is identified as a dark, four-door, Mazda 3.

Mazda 3 associated with shooting of Angela Sutton Washington on February 7

In the weeks since the homicide, friends and family have shown an outpouring of love for Sutton-Washington, who was a mother and served in the United States army. On the day she was killed, she posted the following statement on her Facebook page:

“Dear God, You love us even when we go astray and wander. Help us to stay always in Your sheepfold, that we might receive Your love and care.”

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