Victim Was Still Alive When she Died Says Chief of Police

Atlanta, Georgia – It has been a month since murder victim Andrea Fillen’s body was discovered in the street in front of her house. Following the growing criticism from Atlanta’s citizen, the Chief of Police, Raelyn Wompson, has defended her team’s hard work during a press conference yesterday evening.

“We have received complaints every day since the tragic discovery of Andrea’s body”, Wompson says. “people think we do nothing. I can see how it could look this way from the outside. But I can assure you that all of my officers are working really hard, sometimes up to 6 hours a day”.

Chief of Police Wompson refused to say too much to avoid compromising the investigation. But she still maintains that they are closer than ever to find out who did it.

“We might not have any idea who took Andrea’s life at the moment”, Wompson continues. “But it doesn’t mean that the investigation is being botched. I can promise you that it isn’t the case at all. We are now sure that the victim was still alive until she was murdered. Also, we think that she was free to go where she wanted and do what she wanted until someone restrained her. We have great hopes that these elements will help us find out what happened to Andrea the evening of her murder”.