A manhunt is underway in Phoenix after a person strangled a lady to demise on a metropolis bus, police mentioned.
Police are trying to find 26-year-old Joshua Bagley in reference to the homicide of 41-year-old Diane Craig, who was discovered unresponsive on a bus round 8 a.m. Friday morning, KPNX reported.
Craig was transported to an area hospital with indicators of strangulation, the place she was later pronounced lifeless, cops mentioned.
Investigators discovered “sufficient proof to call Joshua Bagley a suspect in her demise,” police mentioned in a press release, obtained by Individuals Journal.
As of Tuesday morning, Bagley stays at giant. It’s not clear if he and Craig knew one another.
Family and friends members of Craig, who was nicknamed “Bubbles,” have created a makeshift memorial at a Park and Experience station in Leveen, in response to KPNX.
“Diane is her title however that’s Bubbles. That’s what we name her, that’s Bubbles. She was just like the lifetime of the room,” Craig’s cousin Shontae Vinson instructed the outlet.
“He robbed our household,” she mentioned of Bagley. “He did, he robbed our household.”
“Diane was an exquisite individual. She was so lively,” mentioned Roshuanda Boss, one other cousin of Craig, who added that the entire household is “hurting.”
“He did this to our household. He can do it to another person. We want this man off the streets,” mentioned Boss.
Police are looking for the general public’s assist in finding Bagley. These with any info have been requested to contact the Phoenix Police Division or Silent Witness to supply info anonymously.