New video and photos have been released and a $10,000 reward is being offered for any information that will help police find the suspects responsible for killing a 60-year-old U.S. veteran last month.
Last week, Orlando Police Chief Eric Smith provided new details in the case of Angela Sutton-Washington, who was shot and killed while she was shopping at a north Orlando plaza on February 7, 2023.
Police believe that Sutton-Washington was not the intended target in the attack. The following photos were provided showing multiple witnesses that were at the scene of the crime at the time in question.
Police believe some of the witnesses shown above may have information regarding the incident and are asking them to come forward to help solve the crime.
Sutton-Washington, a 60-year-old mother and veteran of the United States Army, was found suffering from gunshot wounds at around 6:51 p.m. at the plaza, which is located at 5100 North Lane.
Video surveillance shows a vehicle of interest in the moments leading up to and after the shooting. Police are asking the public for help to identify that vehicle.
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.
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.”