George Matthews, a spokesman for the police agency in the Washington, D.C. has revealed that Ghanaian actor, Chris Attoh is a suspect and is being investigated in the murder of his wife, Bettie Jenifer, 44.

He revealed that police are particularly investigating a tweet from Chris Attoh hours before the death of the woman who was shot by a gunman.


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Chris Attoh’s tweet reads “When it comes to relationships, remaining faithful is never an option but a priority. Loyalty is ever…,” but the police reveal that he is cooperating with investigations.

“That’s all part of the investigation. As far as I know, [Attoh is] fully cooperating,” said George Matthews according to a report attributed to him on people.com and wjla.com

Bettie Jenifer, 44, of Bowie, Maryland was leaving work on the 6300 block of Ivy Lane in Greenbelt Friday, May 10 when a gunman chased her down and shot her twice.


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“This happened in broad daylight, in front of multiple witnesses, right in front of an office complex,” said Greenbelt Police spokesperson George Mathews.

Around 5 p.m. Friday, Jenifer walked out of the office building and headed to her car. She saw a man with a gun and started running.

(She) was chased by the suspect who fired multiple shots at the victim striking her twice, once fatally in the head,” said Mathews.



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Investigators are casting a wide net to try to find the suspect. The man is described as a black male, thin build, wearing a black, sleeveless top. He got into a blue vehicle and took off after killing Jenifer.

“Nowadays, you always want to look at social media,” said Mathews.

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