McDONOUGH — McDonough police want to know why two teens who were found shot to death on Nov. 28 inside a vehicle on New Orleans Way were in the neighborhood.
Savannah Fulmer, 18, and Dahmir Robinson, 19, didn’t live in the area. It’s a question that may help police identify who is responsible for their deaths.
Major Kyle Helgerson, commander of the department’s criminal investigations division, said at this time they do not have a known suspect.
“We’re asking for information from the public,” Helgerson said. “Anything would be helpful. We’re urging you to contact the department or Crime Stoppers.”
At this point in the investigation police said they are not releasing any further details.
The teens were found in a family member’s car parked on the roadway. Helgerson said while at this point they don’t have an exact time of the shooting, police believe it occurred some time on the night of Nov. 27.
Fulmer was a senior at Eagle’s Landing High School and was a member of the softball team. She also played for the Gamers Fast Pitch team.
A memorial service will be held for Fulmer at 2 p.m. on Dec. 7 at Salem Baptist Church in McDonough. According to a post on the Gamers’ Facebook page, in lieu of flowers, the family is asking that donations be made to Noah’s Ark Animal Sanctuary or the Pregnancy Resource Center in Stockbridge. Funeral plans for Robinson have not been released.
If anyone has any information that may help the McDonough police, call 770-957-1218 or call Crime Stoppers at 404-577-8477.