THEODORE, Ala. (WALA) - A Theodore woman is desperately searching for answers, trying to find the killer of her daughter, which police have called suspicious.
Mobile Police said 26-year-old Angel Moore was found dead in her home on Garden Grove Drive in Theodore on Nov. 30.
The only details they're releasing are that they're classifying the death as suspicious. Dickson said police haven't even told her how her daughter died.
The past few days have been hectic for Dickson.
Dickson said, "Its been hell. Its been torture. I haven't worked since this happened. I haven't been able to: running here and there, trying to get the money up to where I can bury her with."
Dickson said her priority is making sure her granddaughter, Moore's 9-year-old-child, is taken care of.
She said, "What am I supposed to tell my granddaughter? That baby is in shock now. She's 9 years old, but she won't even talk about her mother, because she doesn't understand."
There are many things Dickson doesn't understand as well and she hasn't even received autopsy results.
Dickson said, "We don't believe it. Whoever done this to her, we don't even know why. I want to know why this was done to her."
If you have any information on Angel Moore's death, call Mobile Police.
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