Help needed to solve 2016 killing of teen as she left church in Lynwood

Authorities and household members are asking the public for support Thursday in their research for whoever fatally shot a 16-yr-previous woman as she sat in the backseat of her mother’s auto in Lynwood a number of several years ago.

The capturing took area on Nov. 16, 2016, close to the intersection of Lengthy Beach Boulevard and Euclid Avenue as the sufferer was leaving a church operate.

Investigators decided the gunman was chasing an unrelated human being and fired various rounds when that person exited a automobile and fled south throughout Euclid Avenue.

The shooter skipped the meant focus on and rather struck the automobile Danah Rojo-Rivas was in, fatally wounding her.

The suspects fled the scene immediately following the capturing and the meant targets were being not observed after abandoning their vehicle, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Section mentioned immediately after the shooting.

Murder detectives think there are however witnesses that can present data in the case and are holding a news meeting Thursday to question the community to occur ahead with any information and facts.

“I really do not know who you are. I don’t know your identify, but you had no ideal to consider any life — not just my daughter’s existence,” Danah’s mother said shortly immediately after the shooting. “You have no proper to choose any lifestyle.”

A $20,000 reward is getting provided in the circumstance, according to the Sheriff’s Department.

Anybody with facts can get hold of Criminal offense Stoppers at 800-222-8477.