By Theodore Shoebat
A woman in Arkansas pulled a gun on a man at a Hines Auto Detail, with the intent on killing him. A Christian man who worked at the location, Todd Sieber, took out his own firearm to defend the man. The woman turned the gun on Todd and murdered him. Now his wife, Cynthia, is calling for justice. Here is a video from the local news:
According to the report:
The wife Todd Sieber makes a heartbreaking plea to help find his killer. Two weeks ago, Cynthia Sieber got the call no wife ever wants to get; her husband, a Peterbilt truck salesman, had been shot while running a work errand.
Todd did not make it, so now Sieber is doing everything she can to get justice.
“I prayed for him for 36 years, and finally God sent me the perfect Christian, wonderful man,” said a grieving Sieber.
47 year-old Todd was a husband and father to their daughter, Gracie. When she kissed him goodbye on that November morning, she had no idea it would be the last.
“He’s not a policeman, or a fireman, or anything like that, so never did I think I would be sitting at work with a patient and get the call, ‘My husband has been shot, and he’s on the way to the hospital.'”
Todd was shot and killed at Hines Auto Detail on November 15. Little Rock police said a woman showed up to the body shop and pulled a gun on its owner.
Todd then pulled his weapon, defending the man he’d done business with for years. The woman shot Todd, got away in this silver Toyota Scion, and is still wanted.
“It’s not right, and it’s not fair,” said Sieber. “My little girl shouldn’t have to be raised without her daddy.”
Wiping away the tears, Sieber is looking to the future, and for justice.
“I know that it’s not going to bring my husband back, but I want these people off the street. I don’t want any other family to have to go through this again.”
To help find justice for her husband, Sieber has announced a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible.
“Somebody has to know something. It was broad daylight. Somebody knows something somewhere. Our lives have been ruined. So, I just pray every day we will catch whomever.”
LRPD said they have no updates in the search for Todd Sieber’s killer. They, too, are hopeful the reward will help.
If you have any information, call Little Rock police at (501) 371-4636.