UNION CITY, Ga. - Union City Police are searching for the person who killed a woman and her unborn child on Sunday at an apartment on High Point Road.
According to a police report, Deanna Fuller was found bleeding severely from her head. She was taken to the hospital and later died.
Neighbors told police they heard multiple shots, but noted they didn't see the shooting happen.
Her older sister, Felisha Warr, told FOX 5, her sister was about six months pregnant.
"You could tell she was pregnant, so whoever did this was just evil. Just evil," Warr said.
Warr said she also leaves behind six children. Warr is taking care of the youngest, who is less than a year old.
"Now we have to tell them that because of some sicko, that her mom is never going to be able to see them again. It's going to hurt them so bad," she said.
Warr said her sister was a devoted mother, fiercely protective, and always willing to help those in need.
"I think I'm going to wake up and it's all just going to be a bad dream. I see posts on Facebook and then I wake up in the middle of the night and I hear the baby crying and I realize it's not a bad dream and I'm not going to wake up from this one," Warr said.
She said she just wants the person who killed her sister and her unborn child to be found and held accountable so that everyone who loved her can begin to heal.
"I hope every time you sleep at night or every time you see a child, you remember you took not only one person but two people's lives and you've traumatized an entire family," Warr said.
Warr said she and her sister grew up in Union City and knows it's a close-knit community. She's asking anyone with information to please contact the police.
Police said they are pursuing leads and may have an update in the coming days.
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