OAKLAND COUNTY, Mich, (WJBK) - It has been one year since a woman was shot and killed while jogging along an Oakland County Road.
So far, the murder of Ally Brueger is still unsolved. Brueger, 31, was jogging on Fish Lake Road near Holly when she was shot and killed.
Brueger was out for a run near her parents' home in Rose Township the afternoon of July 30th at the time of her murder.
Michigan State Police say they're looking for information on a white or light-colored four-door sedan that was seen in the area near the time of the shooting.
Whoever killed her, used a shotgun to wound her multiple times, leaving her to die on the front lawn of a house. The man who owned the house found her body and called 911 while a neighbor tried to keep her alive.
Ally's parents say she lived with them in their Holly Township home. She was a registered nurse at Providence Park Hospital in Novi.
Police: Jogger was killed in Rose Twp from shotgun blasts
MSP confident murdered jogger knew her attacker
Michigan State Police believe she may have known her killer.
"I think it would be irresponsible to say that it couldn't be random because it's a possibility, but I think from what we've found on scene and some of our gut instincts, and past incidents, she knew who her attacker was," MSP Lt. Michael Shaw said.
Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward for information leading to an arrest. Call 1-800-SPEAK-UP with tips. You will remain anonymous.
The family has set up a GoFundMe page that has raised $22,000 for a $30,000 goal for medical and funeral expenses. CLICK HERE to donate.