Police in Concord are looking for a man they said shot and killed his wife Thursday night.
Officers were called to the couple’s home on Todd Drive Northeast after 7:30 p.m., where they found the woman shot multiple times. The victim, identified as Rebekah Madelynn Hart-O’Sullivan, was pronounced dead at the home.
Hart-O’Sullivan and her husband, Patrick William O’Sullivan, were involved in a domestic dispute before the shooting, police said.
Patrick O’Sullivan, 53, was not at the home when officers arrived, and police have not been able to find him.
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“We do have warrants on him at this time for murder,” Concord police Capt. J.D. Baggarly said to WSOC of Patrick O’Sullivan.
Rebekah Hart-O’sullivan was an employee for Medic in Charlotte, according to multiple reports. She had worked there since 2010, according to Observer news partner WBTV.
“This tragic development has had a profound impact on Medic and its employees. On behalf of Rebekah’s co-workers, our thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends during this time of solace,” Medic officials said in a statement released to the TV station.
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