Women killed by neighbor in Apex to be remembered at planned vigil

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Tuesday, January 23, 2024
Apex to honor shooting victims with vigil
The Town of Apex plans to honor Nancy Taylor and Gabrielle Raymond who were both shot and killed by another neighbor on Monday, January 15.

APEX, N.C. (WTVD) -- The Town of Apex plans to honor the two women killed by gun violence in the South Walk townhomes.

Police say Nancy Taylor and Gabrielle Raymond were gunned down by another neighbor.

Ahead of Tuesday's council meeting, the town will honor them.

Mayor Jacques Gilbert also called for the Hunter Street Tower to be lit purple as a symbol of honor.

ABC11 also learned new details about what was found inside the home of the man police say was behind the shooting.

Chief Jason Armstrong is planning to read statements from the victim's families.

According to a complaint filed by a landlord, Harry Hardman left significant damage to the townhouse.

The complaint says the glass of the front door was shattered and bullet holes are in the cabinets, doors, floor and along the walls.

Apex police say they are still working to find a motive in the shooting.

The vigil for Nancy Taylor and Gabrielle Raymond is scheduled for Monday, January 29 at 5:15 p.m. in the Apex Town Hall courtyard.