Her son found her body about five hours later called the police.
“Find her like this is what will be with me forever,” said Michael Bowles. in Shared Statement with Atlanta Journal-Constitution. “What happened to her was her worst nightmare. this is the worst people nightmare”.
Eleanor Bowles vehicle was restored in DeKalb County after being allegedly taken to various locations via Atlanta, investigators said, although they did not say where he was seen.
The police said they were only looking for one human of interest in case like of Sunday but they said they leave the door open for several suspects must be identified.
“Is not way what family should have spend them holiday season, mourning and sorrow death of Darling one” said Deputy Chief Charles Hampton Jr. “We will leave no stone unturned to find a solution for this is family”.
Investigators are still looking into how the suspect or suspects had access to the closed area.
Officials are asking anyone with surveillance cameras in in area to check their footage between hours that the incident is believed to have occurred place and let the police know if something suspicious was caught. They are also ask anyone who saw black Lexus will release the investigators know.
Michael Bowles said he is committed to spreading the word of outrageously tragic way his mother lost her life.
“I want everyone to understand that no one of us safe,” he said. in statement. “I hope that people read it story and understand this, and then, perhaps, together we can achieve some changes. I will carry this message with I am forever for Mother.”
“She had a beautiful soul and she taught me how to approach world with sympathy, he added.
GoFundMe set up benefiting the Humane Society of Atlanta in her memory family described Eleanor Bowles as “a kind, precious, funny, loving mother-grandmother and friend”.
“It with heartbreaking sadness that we mourn the loss of her from this world totally too soon. … It’s unbelievable that the crimes like it keeps happening in Atlanta and this has to stop” family wrote.
A candlelight event was planned for 7 Sunday evening, 6 Paces West Terrace.
Saturday killing came just less than two months after A man was mortally wounded during a carjacking home together one of the most prestigious streets in Buckhead, famous for his wealth and political influence with its mansions and high-end shopping malls.
Travis Landry, 18, is accused of killing 57-year-old Christopher Eberhart in road on Peachtree Battle Avenue on morning of October 13th. Landry had just was in a crash and walked around Buckhead with a gun looking for for a new the form of transport when he saw Eberhart in his GMC Sierra pickup truck, police said at the time.
Eberhart body was found shortly thereafter a woman and her 9-year-old daughter on them way to school. Landry was arrested a few days later. in Mobile County, Alabama. Authorities believed Landry may have been trying to get back to Louisiana, where he comes from, when supposedly took Eberhart truck.
Recently, some Buckhead residents have been unsuccessfully attempted to be separated from Atlanta. in attempt combat surge in cruel crime in in community.
They claimed that Atlanta city and police leaders have not done enough to bring the violence under control, although the police have recently pointed to data suggesting drop in crime in Buckhead in 2021.
In January, the Atlanta police installed new police station near the intersection of busy Peachtree and West Paces ferry roads reopened over during the summer and is manned by at least a dozen officers.
Anyone with information about Eleanor Bowles death ask call detectives at 404-546-2518. Tipsters can remain anonymously by submitting tips to Crime Stoppers at 404-577-(TIPS) 8477 or by visiting Crime Stoppers website atlantapolicefoundation.org. Yes reward of up up to $10,000 for information that leads to arrest. Identification information is not required get reward.