Amber Bass

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Today marks the fifth anniversary of the murder of Amber Bass. Amber was shot and killed around 2:25 am while walking up the sidewalk to her home after spending an evening out with friends.

Amber’s family has worked tirelessly sharing her story in public along with thousands of people who have also taken on the challenge of sharing details of Amber’s murder attempting to bring justice to Amber’s r family.

Amber’s case is currently marked unsolved. Someone, somewhere knows who committed this selfish act and has to power to bring justice to Amber’s family.

If you have any information, no matter how small you think it is, about Amber’s murder, the car pictured below or where Amber’s purse ended up, please call the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office at (904) 630-0500. To remain anonymous call Crime Stoppers at (866) 845-TIPS. You may be eligible for a reward of up to $3,000 if your Crime Stoppers tip leads to an arrest in this case. An additional $1,000 reward is available for information that leads to the recovery of the gun used in this case (Cadmin, 2015).

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Case file shows a car that was caught on surveillance during the time of Amber’s murder. Her purse was also missing from the scene.

 

Resources

Cadmin, P., (2015). Cold Case Spotlight – Amber Bass. Retrieved from https://www.projectcoldcase.org/2015/06/14/cold-case-spotlight-amber-bass/

Case file from Project Cold Case Inc. https://www.projectcoldcase.org/2015/06/14/cold-case-spotlight-amber-bass/

Amber’s Photo, Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/Answers4Amber/

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Published by

Tammy McCurdy, BSCJ, MSFP

Researcher for Victims of Cold Cases and Human Rights, Criminal Justice Consultant and Forensic Psychologist

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