GREENSBORO, N.C. (WNCN) – Greensboro mother Carolyn Tiger was shot twice in the head, according to a recently released autopsy report from the state.
In March, Tiger, 26, was driving a black Nissan with children in the back of her car when she was possibly involved in a minor car crash with a newer model light blue Hyundai, police said. The shooting happened March 3 around 4:35 p.m. at the intersection of Patton Avenue and South Elm-Eugene Street in Greensboro.
Police said their investigation so far doesn’t reveal any information that the suspect and Tiger knew each other. Detectives have classified the shooting as a random act of violence.
WFMY has checked in with Greensboro Police but they said there are no updates on her murder case at this time.
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