INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (WISH) — Community members went door to door with Crime Stoppers flyers for five hours on Saturday.
Participants said they wanted to let as many people as possible know what happened to Amanda Blackburn.
The 28-year-old expectant mother was found shot inside her home on Sunnyfield Court in Indianapolis on Tuesday.
While her husband grieves, the neighbors took to the streets on a mission to help the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department track the gunman down.
More than 50 people posted flyers on street poles and talked to homeowners and business owners Saturday.
They distributed flyers with Blackburn’s photo and home address.
Before they began, the organizer said they will continue to remain vigilant until justice is served.
“It’s a total shock. I don’t think anyone can imagine what it is like to lose the love of your life and unborn child. Our goal is to help find the person responsible for committing this heinous crime,” said neighbor Ryan McConnell.
The Crime Stopper hotline number is 317-262-Tips, and you can remain anonymous. The reward money available is $1,000 if the information helps police make a felony arrest.
A celebration of life service for Blackburn is scheduled for Sunday at 5 p.m. You can watch that service live on WISHTV.com.