NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - North Little Rock police said the case of a North Little Rock woman killed at the intersection of JFK Blvd. and McCain Blvd. is growing cold.
"Right now we are just receiving a few calls," said Sgt. Brian Dedrick with the North Little Rock Police Department.
Police released footage of the maroon Ford F-150, which they believe the killer drove, but still have made no arrest in the case.
"A random act of evil," said Eric Olson, husband of the victim, describing his wife's murder.
Olson said his daughter, Linnea, is now just over 1-year-old and said she motivates him.
"She doesn't really give me any time to dwell or get consumed in sorrow and grief. She keeps me focused," said Olson.
Police said they believe the murder to be a random act and ask anyone with information call them.
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