Foundation Offers Reward Money To Help Find Fayetteville Woman's Killer
Posted August 28, 2003
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. — The Cumberland County Sheriff's Office hopes a new reward will help them catch a killer.
A foundation has donated $5,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for Valarie Kirk's death.
The 34-year-old Kirk was killed during a drive-by shooting July 6 on Amanda Circle in Fayetteville. Investigators do not believe Kirk was the intended victim.
The money for the reward comes from the
Carole Sund\Carrington Memorial Reward Foundation.
Sund and her daughter, along with a friend, were killed at Yosemite National Park back in 1999. Sund's parents set up the foundation and since have given more than $72,000 to people who have come forward with tips on unsolved cases.