Christina Spicuzza: Missing Pittsburgh Uber driver found dead in woods was shot

Christina Spicuzza's vehicle silver Nissan Sentra was found without the dashcam several hours before her body was discovered by police on a wooded hillside


                            Christina Spicuzza: Missing Pittsburgh Uber driver found dead in woods was shot
Christina Spicuzza was shot dead, her body was discovered in a wooded area(Facebook/ Christina Sabra Spicuzza)
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PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA: The Uber driver was found shot dead Saturday, 12 February in a wooded area suffered a gunshot wound, Allegheny County police said on Monday.

Allegheny County Police said on Monday 14, February that after taking several Uber rides, Spicuzza, 38 failed to return back home and was reported missing after her family filed the missing complaint with Turtle Creek police on Friday, 11 February.

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According to her family, they last had a conversation with Spicuzza around 9 pm. Her fiancé said she left Steel City Vapors after taking some Uber rides. Her phone was switched off at 4 am, but rang at 8.45 am when she was on the way to Triboro.

Her vehicle silver Nissan Sentra was found without the dashcam several hours before her body was discovered by police on a wooded hillside off of Rosecrest Drive in Monroeville.

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Uber released their condolences statement for the victims. However, they still haven't released any details about the last passenger who took the uber fare. The company released the following statement on Monday: “Our thoughts are with Christi’s family and friends during this difficult time. Uber’s 24/7 public safety team has been assisting police in the investigation.”

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The official statement of Spicuzza's cause and manner of death has not yet been released. It would soon be provided by the county medical examiner.

Johnson, who is also a part-time Uber driver and the victim’s neighbor said, “So if it’s missing, how does that help anyone?” she said. “I think there are safety precautions I’m sure they can take. They’re too smart that they should be able to protect drivers better.”

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The search for the murderer who killed the mother of four is intensifying in the town. The investigation for the murder is open and active. Anyone who has information regarding the incident is asked to call the Allegheny County Police tip line at 1-833-ALL-TIPS (1-833-255-8477); caller's identity remains in anonymity.

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