Woman killed leaving Route 40 mall remembers loved ones

Support is pouring in for the family of a 27-year-old Baltimore County woman who was fatally shot as she left her mother’s job in the Catonsville area.

Diamond Trueheart was shot multiple times inside her SUV at the Catonsville Plaza where her mother worked on Jan. 13, according to Baltimore County Police. She died at the scene.

Police are still looking for a suspect and motive in the shooting.

Meanwhile, Trueheart’s friends and family pay their respects and raise funds for GoFundMe to cover funeral expenses.

“At just 27 years old, Diamond was making major financial and business moves for her company Diamond Luxury Laces, and she even created a transition journal titled BECOMING HER which she promoted the day before this tragedy. Diamond leaves behind her son BJ, her mother (Nicole Jackson) and her five siblings, to name a few. All financial donations will be made directly to Nicole Jackson to help with unforeseen expenses,” wrote Nicole Jackson, the Trueheart’s mother on the GoFundMe page.

Friends of Trueheart also posted messages on Facebook, detailing their grief.

Tavion Robinson writes, “I still can’t believe someone took your life in such a heinous way. Another young man now has to live without his mother. Another mom not only has to bury her daughter, but now she has to carry the painful memory. , burden and experience of her daughter’s tragic last moments with her forever.”

Anyone with information is asked to call police at 410-307-2020 or Metro Crime Stoppers at 866-7LOCKUP.

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