JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The Titusville Police Department is looking for a few Good Samaritans who may have unknowingly aided a murder suspect in the Jacksonville area.
On Sunday, January 13, the body of 41-year-old Michelle Renee Chappell was found in her home in Titusville. The investigation led detectives to Brunswick, Georgia, where a gold, four-door Nissan Maxima fled from the Camden County Sheriff's Office. The car then crashed, killing the primary suspect in Chappell's murder.
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Detectives still plan to interview the lone survivor of the crash.
Titusville Police believe the Nissan may have run out of gas on I-95 in the Jacksonville area and a Good Samaritan stopped to help them. The person gave them enough gas to start the car and then followed the suspect to a nearby gas station. The Good Samaritan then paid for their gas.
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If you recognize the car or know who may have helped the suspect, please call the Titusville Police Department at 321-264-7800 or Det. Allen Davies at 321-264-7835.
Anyone with any information on this case can call CRIMELINE at 1-800-423-TIPS (8477).
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