New details in deadly shooting of pregnant Elkhart woman
ELKHART, Ind. -- Exclusive video obtained by ABC 57 News shows the moments police arrived to the scene of a deadly shooting Saturday night.
Two days have gone by since 34-year-old Danielle Robinson was shot down in cold blood at a house on Morton Avenue.
Now, investigators are working around the clock to find the suspect responsible for taking her life and the life of her unborn child.
The exclusive video obtained by ABC 57 News not only shows the moments an Elkhart police officer arrived to the scene of the deadly shooting, it also shows the officer rushing to assist the 34-year-old pregnant victim, Danielle Robinson.
According to security camera time stamps, the police officer arrived at 11:07 p.m. Saturday night.
The officer would then attempt to perform CPR on Robinson, but investigators say it was just too late.
Elkhart County Homicide Unit Commander Mark Daggy says Robinson was pronounced dead at the scene.
Neighbors on Morton Avenue were too scared for their safety to go on camera, but say they heard 6 gunshots on that deadly Saturday night, which claimed the lives of Danielle Robinson and her unborn child.
Fast forwarding on the exclusive video to 11:35 p.m., Morton Avenue had become a hectic crime scene.
Investigators say they are working around the clock to bring the suspect to justice.
"We have 8 investigators that are working right now, that are actively working [on this case]," said Commander Daggy. "What I will say is that we do need the community’s support. If they have any information, to please call us."
A vigil has already been held in Robinson's name.
Right now, the memorial continues to grow on Morton Avenue.
Balloons with messages like 'R.I.P.' and, 'It's a girl!' fly where Robinson and her soon-to-be child were killed.
Candles burn there in her honor, while Robinson's family waits for justice.
Robinson leaves 6 other children behind.
Right now, there is limited suspect information.
Many people have asked if the gunman will be charged with double murder.
Police say that decision will be up to prosecutors.
If you have any information on the case, you're urged to call the Elkhart County Homicide Unit at (574) 295-2821.
Investigators say you can remain anonymous.