A manhunt is underway in Phoenix after a person strangled a lady to death on a metropolis bus, police stated.
Police are looking for 26-year-old Joshua Bagley in reference to the homicide of 41-year-old Diane Craig, who was discovered unresponsive on a bus round 8 a.m. Friday morning, KPNX reported.
Craig was transported to a neighborhood hospital with indicators of strangulation, the place she was later pronounced useless, cops stated.
Investigators discovered “enough evidence to name Joshua Bagley a suspect in her death,” police stated in a press release, obtained by People Magazine.
As of Tuesday morning, Bagley stays at massive. It’s not clear if he and Craig knew one another.
Friends and members of the family of Craig, who was nicknamed “Bubbles,” have created a makeshift memorial at a Park and Ride station in Leveen, in accordance to KPNX.
“Diane is her name but that’s Bubbles. That’s what we call her, that’s Bubbles. She was like the life of the room,” Craig’s cousin Shontae Vinson advised the outlet.
“He robbed our family,” she stated of Bagley. “He did, he robbed our family.”
“Diane was a wonderful person. She was so full of life,” stated Roshuanda Boss, one other cousin of Craig, who added that the entire household is “hurting.”
“He did this to our family. He can do it to someone else. We need this guy off the streets,” stated Boss.
Police are in search of the general public’s assist in finding Bagley. Those with any info had been requested to contact the Phoenix Police Department or Silent Witness to present info anonymously.