CrimeStoppers Increases Reward in Anderson Death

It's been almost two months since Debra Anderson died and police are still looking for the man who killed her.

On May 23, Anderson was getting gas at the Super Wal-mart on Highway 17. She left the keys in the ignition of her car, and a man jumped in and took off. Anderson tried to stop him, but he kept going, dragging her and then rolling over her. She later died from her injuries.

Yesterday CrimeStoppers announced that they are increasing their reward in this case. It now stands at $11,000. As Demery Bishop of CrimeStoppers told us, "We feel that that type of crime is horrendous, and we want that case solved, and we're willing to pay a large sum of money to get that resolution."

If you have any information about this crime, call CrimeStoppers at 234-2020.