Car found, investigation continues into death of LRSD employee
LITTLE ROCK (KATV) -- Little Rock policecontinue investigating why someone killed a Little Rock School Districtemployee, who was found dead inside her home on Tuesday.
Debbie Bush, 56, was anearly 30-year veteran of LRSD, working with the child nutrition department atWilson Elementary school.
After being discovereddead inside her home by a concerned friend and co-worker, LRPD continued theinvestigation Wednesday by going right back to her neighborhood on Tatum Street.
New evidence wasdiscovered late Tuesday night when Bush's missing vehicle, a 2002 beigeCadillac DeVille, was located on Moore Drive in southwest Little Rock, about six milesfrom her home.
"We're hoping thatpeople around that area may have seen someone driving that vehicle," said Lt.Sidney Allen with LRPD. "Maybe give us a description of the suspects that gotout of that vehicle because those would be some of the more key points that we couldwork and investigate on."
Although her vehicle wastaken, the later discovery of it still has police wondering if robbery was themotive.
"I think they'redoing an inventory search to determine through family members what items may bemissing, but right now we don't know what's missing," Allen added.
Allen said the cause ortime of death have yet to be determined, but detectives have taken on apersonal feel to try and solve the crime.
"They're looking atthis as if this was a family member of them, how would they feel if they didnot find the perpetrator. They're looking at every little thing that could'vehappened to see if they can't get a lead."
If you know anythingabout this case or the car that was found you're urged to call Little RockCrime Stoppers at (501) 371-4636.