Police are hoping to track down who they have deemed a “person of interest” in the death of a senior in Lethbridge.
78-year-old Irene Carter was found dead in her southside home on January 17th, and despite repeated calls for information, her killer still remains on the lam.
Nearly two weeks after Carter’s daughter pleaded for information on the case, police say they have received a few tips recently.
Sergeant Ryan Stef says they are trying to find a woman who goes by the name of Terri Lynn or Terri, with the last initial “L”, who also owns a pink coat.
“We believe that she has some information which may help us in the case,” Stef told reporters in Calgary on Wednesday. “She is not a suspect at this time. She’s simply a person that may have some information that may help us progress our case forward.”
The woman is also believed to live in Airdrie, and has attended gambling anonymous groups in Calgary.
Stef says the woman is described as being 5’4″ or 5’5″, 250 pounds, heavy set, with dirty blonde hair and brown streaks, in her late-20’s or early-30’s with a tattoo on one of her wrists.
He adds it’s not known if Terri Lynn, or Terri, knew Carter at all, but is hoping someone knows her so they can answer some of the unknowns.