Police are now looking into whether there was a second person in the back seat of the SUV picture taken from the ATM surveillance camera in the case of murdered University of North Carolina coed Eve Carson.
St. Louis-based photography expert William Mathis also recognized the outline of another person in the back seat of the SUV while creating color-enhanced, enlarged copies of two black and white images provided by police, the Raleigh Chronicle reported.
Could the person in the back seat be Eve Carlson or an accomplice? See police released pictures HERE.
Chapel Hill Police tell FOX News there was a second person in the vehicle driven by a man they say was trying to use murdered University of North Carolina student body president Eve Carson’s ATM card Sunday. Police Chief Brian Curran told FOX News officials are now seeking the second figure discovered in the original black and white ATM photos. Cops have said the SUV in the surveillance photo could be Carson’s blue 2005 Toyota Highlander and if there was a second person in the back seat, it could explain how the killer or killers got away.
As authorities continue to investigate this senseless killing; fiends, family and loved one’s remember and mourn Eve Carson.
The world was a better place because of Eve Carson.
That’s how friends and loved ones remembered the slain University of North Carolina senior at her funeral Sunday afternoon in her home town of Athens.
United Methodist Church to pay final respects to a young lady many said could have changed the world.
Lifelong friend Amble Johnson said Carson was on a clear path to success.
“She had great potential, but she also used all of her potential,” said Johnson, who had known Carson since they were 5 years old. “She could’ve succeeded at whatever she wanted to.”
In a statement delivered through the Rev. Bill Britt during the funeral, Carson’s father Bob Carson lamented his daughter’s death.
“The senseless murder of my sweet, sweet Eve saddens our family,” the statement read. “The irony of Eve’s murder is that she and her peers can solve the most pressing problems of our day, they are so bright.” (AJC)