Posted by Amy Kelch- email
SHEPHERDSVILLE, KY (WAVE)- Detectives were supposed to meet with two men seen with a Shepherdsville woman hours before a semi hit and killed her. The Bullitt County sheriff's office identified the men seen with 37 year-old Christy Dickerson, but the meeting did not take place because the pair were not able to leave their jobs.
Police said the two men, who live in northern Indiana near Chicago, were seen in surveillance video and admitted over the phone that they were with Dickerson on the day she was killed. However, authorities are only considering the men persons of interest.
Police hope to speak with the men soon to find out what lead to Dickerson's death.
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