A WISCONSIN mother of six was killed while allegedly trying to save her friend from an abusive relationship.
Thirty-year-old Brittany Booker suffered multiple injuries, including a gunshot wound to the head.
Booker's body was found inside her car in Racine, Wisconsin on April 24.
Authorities are still on the hunt for an alleged suspect, Terry Jackson, who is considered armed and dangerous.
Booker leaves behind six children, including five boys and one girl with the youngest child being just 2 years old.
"We have been searching for him diligently, but somehow, he has managed to elude us, so far," Racine Police Chief Maurice Robinson told People Magazine.
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According to KWQC-Tv, Jackson was already wanted by police after attacking Booker with a hammer back in February.
Jackson was reportedly inside Booker's home the day that he allegedly killed her.
"He was able to make his way into her home. We won't discuss subsequent to that. At some point, she left the home, and we were able to locate her in a vehicle," Robinson told WITI-TV.
Booker's father, Leonard Larry, told the news at Booker's vigil that he feels let down by police.
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"What can I say, I lost my kid," Larry told People. "They did fail me."
"She's touched everybody in her own way," Booker's friend Briana Schuster told People. "She was one of a kind."
"She didn't deserve it. He [Jackson] didn't have to do her like that," Booker's cousin Faith Spencer told KWQC.
Three individuals, Diamond Hood, Alicia Sykes and Carmelita Walker have been arrested for harboring/aiding Jackson, authorities have reported.
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Crime Stoppers is offering a $2,000 reward for information on Jackson's whereabouts.
Anyone with information is urged to call Racine Police Investigator and U.S. Marshals Task Force Officer Mike Seeger at 262-939-2437 or Lt. Freidel at 262-635-7761.
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