Vigil Held In Memory Of Alanna Gallagher
SAGINAW (CBSDFW.COM) - More than 100 people attended a vigil in Saginaw to remember 6-year-old Alanna Gallagher. She was killed more than a week ago; her body found in a tarp on the side of a residential street. The young girl’s violent death has effected the community.
“I can’t drive down the street where it happened because I just lose it. I start balling,” said Saginaw resident Eva Crawford. “I see my kids and what if? I have a daughter and she’s three — what if that was my daughter? I don’t know how I would be.”
Investigators say they have no suspects and are desperately looking for new leads. On Wednesday the FBI placed digital billboards around North Texas highlighting a $10,000 reward for information that leads to the killer’s arrest.
FBI agents have collected hair samples from several neighbors who live in the area where Gallagher’s body was found. In addition to the red pick up police say is connected to the case, investigators are asking about a dark-colored mini-van.
“We are going to stand strong until they catch them,” said Crawford.
Anyone with any information in regard to this tragic incident is urged to contact the following two tip lines: 682.888.3682 or 682.888.3684.
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