Post by HeadMarshal on Feb 25, 2015 21:51:19 GMT -5
Gender: Male Race: White or Hispanic Age: Approximately 30 (At time of murder) Hair: Brown Height: 5'9
On Dec 16, 2008, 87-year old Second World War veteran William Savino made a withdrawal at a Kearny, New Jersey bank. Authorities say that made William the target of two robbers in a 1996 Honda Civic stolen in Newark. Wlliam then drove to a truck wash where he worked part-time when he got out and was run over by the Honda. The man depicted in the above sketch then got out and took the $6000 dollars that William had on him. William died one day later when he was taken off life support. The Honda was later located but the two occupants got away.
Thoughts? I doubt that the two killers knew that William was a Second World War veteran when they ran him down and killed him, but I really, really have wishful thinking that they live in shame everyday for doing that, although they could probably have cared less. Luckily we have a decent sketch to work with, but these two could be anywhere in the Newark metropolitan area or even across the border in New York City.
Moving this to the Unsolved on TV section since I discovered Savino's murder was a web-exclusive case on America's Most Wanted's old website. Unfortunately the full archive no longer works but they have a sketch of one of the suspect's still: