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US Police Release Sketch Of Suspect Who Killed Chris Attoh’s Wife, Bettie Jennifer

The police released the sketch on Friday, but they haven’t named a suspect or a motive yet.

Greenbelt Police Department has released the sketch of the man that shot Bettie Jennifer, the wife of popular Ghanaian actor, Chris Attoh.

The police revealed that Bettie Jenifer was shot dead in front of about 10 witnesses on May 10 as she walked in the parking lot of the office building where her employment agency is located.

The police released the sketch on Friday, but they haven’t named a suspect or a motive yet.

Police also confirmed Jenifer had been married to two men at the same time. One of her husbands was Chris Attoh, a well-known actor located in and from Ghana. They got married in October last year.

Jenifer was also married to convicted drug dealer Kedrick Jenifer. Kedrick Jenifer was a cocaine dealer in the Baltimore area who was sent to federal prison for 20 years in 2016.

Kedrick Jenifer filed for divorce on April 9 of this year. Bettie Jennifer cross-filed for divorce on April 15.

Recall that an Unconfirmed report claims that Bettie was allegedly murdered by a hired gunman of her ex-husband who is sitting in jail for drug offenses.

However, the police said the killer didn’t have a motive for the killing, but did not believe it was random as the shooting happened near the 6300 block of Ivy Lane just after 5 p.m. on May 10. Jenifer lived in Bowie.

“Our investigators do not believe this was random,” police department spokesman George Mathews told The Associated Press at the time. “It was very brazen – it happened in broad daylight in front of multiple witnesses.”

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