DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - Dayton police hope a key new piece of evidence will solve the shocking murder of a 75 year old woman.
911 caller: "This is Nathan with RTA. One of our drivers just saw a woman who is face down and unresponsive. Northbound at Mound and Norwood."
Flowers mark where 75-year-old Take Gangloff was found, shot and killed in the early morning hours of September 13.
It was just a half mile from where she lived at Georgetown Village in Dayton.
"I don't understand it. I don't know. I don't know why that happened neither because she don't know nobody. She don't talk to nobody. She know people just in the building. That's it," said William Redd, victim's neighbor.
The suspect vehicle was caught on surveillance near Germantown Pike and Mound Street.
Previous pictures made the car look a different color because of the lighting in the area. Now, police believe it is silver in color.
"It appears to be a newer model Chevy Cruze, possibly silver, newer light colored Cruze," said Cayce Cantrell, Crime Stoppers.
Call Crime Stoppers at 222-7867 if you know anything about the crime.
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