'Turn yourself in:' Family of pregnant mother killed on party bus wants gunman to come forward
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Family members set up memorials Saturday night to honor the pregnant mother who died after shots were fired near 60th & Congress overnight.
They held a balloon release and shouts of love for Annie Sandifer.
Her father is devastated at the death of his pregnant daughter.
“Any time you can just get hit by a stray bullet, out of nowhere, then how can you be protected?” Sandifer's father, James Office, said.
Her cousins told CBS 58 they were celebrating a family event, and believe Sandifer was an unintended target
“She loved life, and this is just a shameless act," cousin Stephanie Thomas said.
Sandifer, who was 26 weeks pregnant, died at the hospital. Doctors were able to save her son, who family said weighed five pounds.
“Everyone’s going through a hard time right now, especially her husband," Thomas said. “We just really want the person who did this to her to come forward.”
Family tells us Sandifer was 33 years old, and a loving mother of five.
At this point, police do not have any suspects and her father wants justice and peace.
“I’m trying to get all my kids to move out of here because it’s just not safe," he said.
If you know anything that can help police, or help this family call Milwaukee Police or remain anonymous with Crime Stoppers.