Steed worked as a paralegal and assistant manager at Bates & Bates law offices in downtown Atlanta.
“She was a consummate professional, who was very much dedicated to her job, and cared about all of our clients,” John Bates, a partner at the firm, told Channel 2.
Police are searching for a car that was spotted in the cul-de-sac of the Shannon Ridge Court home, according to Channel 2.
“She was a family member to us,” Bates said, “and our hearts certainly go out to her family.”
Investigators told Channel 2 they believe there was more than one shooter, but they don’t have a motive yet. DeKalb police are offering a $2,500 reward.
Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 404-577-8477.
“I hope they find some information to get these people and bring them to justice,” Haigh said. “... Her family and her friends, they all need peace.”
In other news:
A DeKalb teen was arrested after driving more than 100 mph on I-285, police said. Antonio Wilson, 18, is one of three charged with the 2017 shooting death of Tre Griffin. He was released in May on a $90,000 bond. Doraville police said last Thursday, around 10 p.m., Wilson was spotted weaving between cars on I-285. According to police, he was driving a stolen car with the back glass busted out.