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> It might be, take a look at this...
> Masked man killed 8-months-pregnant woman
> Share Print By: Scott McCabe 01/11/09 1:00 AM
> Examiner Staff Writer
> Sherry Ann Culp was a divorced mother of two with
> a third child on the way when a masked man walked
> up to her after work 11 years ago and shot her
> twice in the head.
> Culp, 36, who was 8 1/2 months pregnant, died
> instantly. Her baby, who the family planned to
> name Kelley, was delivered by Caesarean section
> but died two days later.
> Kelley would have turned 11 years old this week.
> With the anniversary of the mother and child’s
> death approaching, Fairfax County cold case
> investigators are hoping someone will come forward
> with information. The family has offered a $50,000
> reward for information that leads to an arrest or
> On Jan. 16, 1998, Culp was sitting in her car in
> Springfield at the Fullerton Industrial Park,
> where she worked in an electronics company’s
> accounting department. She was shot twice at close
> Police said two men were seen sitting in a
> reddish-maroon Ford Ranger pickup in the area
> minutes before the shooting. One man was wearing a
> dark jumpsuit with a hood over his head. He was
> later seen running away from Culp’s car. He was
> black. The other man was described as white, in
> his 30s and about 6 feet tall with sandy brown
> “Somebody out there knows who committed this
> murder,” said Fairfax County police Officer
> Shelley Broderick. “It’s just a matter of that
> person coming forward.”
> Investigators believe the shooting was a
> murder-for-hire, according to affidavits. Four
> years after the slaying, police obtained a warrant
> to search the home of her ex-husband in the hopes
> of finding evidence including secret audiotapes of
> Sherry’s phone conversations. Police have also
> released a photo of a man who was seen talking to
> the ex-husband at the Landmark Mall in Alexandria
> shortly before her death.
> Anyone with information is asked to contact Crime
> Solvers by phone at 866-411-TIPS(8477) or text
> “TIP187” plus your message to CRIMES(274637).
> Callers never have to give their names or appear
> in court.
> Read more at the Washington Examiner:
Couldn't they have the husband do a polygraph? Not enough to convict, but enough to maybe get some traction for the investigators.