CRITTENDEN COUNTY, AR (abc24.com) - A week after a Memphis mother was murdered, authorities are still searching for clues in multiple crime scenes across two states.
"Honestly, we don't have a whole lot to work on," Crittenden County Chief Deputy Mike Callender said.
Crittenden County Sheriff's deputies found the body of Daisy M. Taylor, 56, alongside Gammon Road just after 11 a.m. on Friday, November 2.
They know she was at home in Raleigh about an hour before.
"10:04 AM her sister called her on her home phone number," Callender said. "Within an hour she is alive and then dead on the side of the road."
Taylor's apartment is about a 20 minutes from where investigators believe she was shot three times.
The investigation took yet another turn around 12:30 p.m., about an hour after her body was found.
Memphis police located a burned out 2012 Chevy Impala on Mason Street south of E.H. Crump Blvd. that belonged to Taylor.
"It burned all of the interior of the car, any blood evidence, any fingerprints, is gone," Callender said.
"She always had one of the politest attitudes that you could ever have," said Terrell Boyland, who lives near Taylor.
"That's a scary thing, and I hope they find whoever did it to her, seriously," he added.
So far there are no suspects. The Arkansas State Police, U.S. Marshals Service and Memphis Police Department are all assisting the Crittenden County Sheriff's Office in the investigation.
"Most murders, love or money is what you look at, and we can't make any connections right now," Callender said.
Anyone with information is urged to call Crittenden County CrimeStoppers at (870) 732-4444.