Auburn, Al. (WSFA) -- Alabama Governor Bob Riley's office is issuing a $10,000 reward for any information that will lead to the arrest and conviction of the person/s that murdered an Auburn University student on Tuesday nignt.More >>
Auburn, Al. (WSFA) -- The family of murdered Auburn University student Lauren Burk has set up a bank account to fund a reward in the death of their daughter. Donations can be made at any Wachovia BankMore >>
Auburn, Al. (WTVM) -- Police arrested 23-year old Courtney Lockhart over the weekend in connection with the murder of Auburn University student Lauren Burk.
But investigators believe he also held-up aMore >>
Auburn, Al. (WSFA) -- New information is being released in the Lauren Burk murder case after a news conference held Friday. A gas can possibly used to torch the Auburn freshman's car was located in theMore >>
Auburn, Al. (WSFA) -- There may be a possible break in the Lauren Burk murder case. Though officials will not confirm the arrest of a suspect, a news conference has been called for Saturday morning at 10am. At Friday's news conference Auburn Assistant Police Chief Tommy Dawson had said there would be no press conferences over the weekend unless something major developed.
An Atlanta television station is now reporting that Phenix City Police have arrested a suspect in the case after a high speed chase Friday afternoon. All questions by WSFA 12 News to the Phenix City Police Department are being referred to the Auburn investigators. WSFA 12 News will be at that press conference and will bring you the very latest as it becomes available.
Burk was murdered Tuesday evening and her car was later found burning on Auburn University's campus. If you have any information call the Task Force tipline at (334)501-3140.