Friends rally to help lead to an arrest in the unsolved murder of Denise Lemberg.
STOCKTON, Calif. - A Stockton community came together Sunday to help find leads in a year-old unsolved murder case. They passed out hundreds of flyers and gathered for a special vigil in Smith Park, just down the street from where 27-year-old mother Denise Lemberg and her friends were shot.
Friends and family hope a $10,000 reward from Crime Stoppers will help lead to an arrest of the two suspects involved in the shooting that occurred October 20, 2012.
"The most important thing, is to get these two people taken off the streets so they don't do it again to somebody else's family," said Vicki Ryman, Lemberg's mother.
Police say Lemberg and her friends were shot at while they were sitting in her car. They all had just returned from a double date. Lemberg was dropping off one of her friends in the area of Mist Trail Drive near Abruzzi Circle.
Police say two light-skinned teenage suspects crept up behind Lemberg's car and riddled it with bullets.
According to authorities, the incident was not provoked.