What We Know | Greensboro Mother Gunned Down In Car

 

GREENSBORO, N.C. — She was shot in front of two children in a car, now police need your help to find her killer.

Here’s what we know about the murder of 26-year-old, Carolyn Tiger who was shot to death on her son’s birthday.

THE SHOOTING

Greensboro Police said the mother of three children was shot Sunday afternoon around 4:35 p.m. at the intersection of Patton Avenue and South Elm-Eugene Street in Greensboro.

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Police said Tiger was driving a black Nissan with two children inside the vehicle. Investigators said she was possibly involved in a minor traffic crash with a newer model light blue Hyundai before the shooting occurred.

Police said both cars drove to the intersection where a man who was driving the Hyundai blocked Tiger’s vehicle. He got out of his car and went to his trunk and pulled out a rifle. Police said he then shot Tiger as she was driving away.

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