HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) - Can you imagine getting a call in the middle of the night that your child is dead?
The grief has to be unimaginable.
But, add to that the fact your child was shot and killed and her murderer is still on the loose, and that grief just goes to another level.
Here's how you can help this family and yourself in this week's WAFF 48 Crime Stoppers.
She was young, vibrant, had her whole life ahead of her.
Isis Keturah Pitts was 20 years old.
Originally from St. Louis, she was a student at Alabama A&M.
Her life came to an end here in the parking lot of the Bench Warmer on University Drive.
Police say a fight broke out here in the early morning hours of July 5th.
Shots rang out.
Pitts and a 20-year old man, Deandre Goodlet, were both shot.
Goodlet survived, but Pitts didn't.
There's no bringing her back.
But, from an emotional perspective, her family, friends and loved ones want to know who did this, how it happened, why?
And from a legal perspective, investigators need answers to those same questions as well, because remember, this shooter is still out there, still walking the streets, still a danger to others.
It's your call, literally.
You can call 256-53-Crime.
Or you can go to our web site, waff.com, click on Crime Stoppers, then the Huntsville Area Crime Stoppers link to see how to text or e-mail an anonymous tip.