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November 17, 2015

DAILYKENN.com -- Police in Indianapolis have released images of a "person of interest" involving the murder of an Indianapolis woman.

Amanda Blackburn, 28, was shot in the head during a home invasion earlier this month. Blackburn was pregnant and the mother of small child. She was the wife of an Indianapolis pastor.

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IMPD released surveillance pictures of a person of interest wanted for questioning for the murder of Amanda Blackburn.

Officers responded to Blackburn’s home in the 2800 block of Sunnyfield Court around 8:30 a.m. Tuesday morning. Blackburn’s husband came home and found her unconscious on the floor.

Blackburn, 28, was shot at least once, and she passed away Wednesday.

These surveillance images were obtained from the surveillance camera system of a home on Sunnyfield Court. According to IMPD, the murderer broke into another home in the neighborhood before killing Blackburn.



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