DETROIT (WWJ) – Police and family members hope a $2,500 reward will help solve the killings of a Detroit woman and her unborn child.

The 29-year-old Elisia Degreaffenried was just one month away from delivering a baby boy when she was murdered at around 5:30 a.m. May 14.

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John Broad, President of Crime Stoppers of Michigan, says it happened near Eight Mile Road and Livernois on Detroit’s west side.

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“Elise and her boyfriend went to meet with an individual at Santa Rosa and Chippewa streets. They were approached by an unknown assailant who robbed and shot them,” Broad said.

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Degreaffenried’s boyfriend, Tobias Anderson, was shot several times in the face but survived.

The victim’s mother, Bernice Degreaffenried, is asking for the public’s help to identify her daughter’s killer.

“The holidays … it’s not gonna be a merry Christmas anymore. But I still have my other family with me and we’re still breathing,” she said. “This is a process, you know. It’s gonna take time.”

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Anyone with a tip may report it anonymously to Crime Stoppers at 1-800 SPEAK-UP. An extra $1,000 will be added to the reward for any tip received by midnight Thursday that leads to the gunman’s arrest.