Could this be the lead that breaks the case of the murder of UNC’s Eve Carson? Eve Carson died from multiple gun shot wounds near campus. Her SUV was later found. Did the suspect in Eve Carson’s death actually drive her SUV to an ATM and use her ATM bank cards? Did he do this before or after he killed her?
The police have released two photos of a suspect in the murder of 22 year old University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill coed Eve Carson. The pictures show the suspect, a black man in his teens or early 20’s in an SUV that may be Eve Carson’s, pulling up to an ATM.
Chief Brian Curran described the photos as “the biggest break” and “strongest lead” in the case yet.
Two photographs show a black man in his late teens or early 20s. He is riding in a sport-utility vehicle with a roof rack that might have been Carson’s. Officers emphasized they did not definitively know if the vehicle belonged to Carson.
A third photograph shows a green ball cap with an orange star that the man was wearing.
The photographs were taken by a camera at an automated-teller machine, but Curran did not disclose when and where they were taken. Those questions, he said, would be reserved for when police questioned the suspect.
Anyone with any information or if you recognize this thug in the pictures please call police at 919-968-2760 or Crime Stoppers at 919-942-7515 if they think they have information that might help.
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Chapel Hill Police Chief Brian Curran released two surveillance photos of the suspect taken at an ATM machine in Chapel Hill, but declined to say when the photos were taken. Police also released a photo of a baseball cap the suspect appears to be wearing in both of the surveillance pictures.
The funeral for UNC student Eve Carson will be held on Sunday in Athens, GA
Carson’s funeral has been set for 3 p.m. Sunday at Athens First United Methodist Church. The community is invited to attend.
Carson was also the student body president at Clarke Central. At UNC, she won the prized Morehead Scholarship and was a pre-med student with a double major in biology and political science.