The death of Elizabeth Lightfoot, the 22-year-old North Dallas hairdresser found dead inside her burning car on Nov. 4, has been ruled an accident instead of a homicide, according to autopsy results released Monday by the Dallas County Medical Examiner.
At the Lakewood Theater Sunday, about a dozen of the 100 attendees shared a microphone throughout the afternoon, regaling one another with individual memories of a woman who was tragically taken too soon.
Pictures of 22 year old Elizabeth Lightfoot flashed across TV screens at the Firefly Asian Grill in Addison Sunday, a restaurant where she often stopped to relax on a couch and enjoy a bottle of red wine.
On Thursday, investigators issued a more recent photo of the 22-year-old hair stylist who was found dead inside her burning car last week in the hopes that someone recognized her on the night she was killed.
Oak Farms Dairy is offering a $10,000 reward for information in the murder of a Dallas hairdresser. The body of Elizabeth Lightfoot was found early Friday morning in a burning car.
Dallas Police are looking for clues in the death of a woman found early Friday morning in a burning car on Preston Road in far North Dallas.