Billboards seek new tips on fatal Glendale shooting

Billboards seek new tips on fatal Glendale shooting

ROSEBURG, Ore. -- Billboards seeking tips in the Oct. 1 shooting murder and attempted murder of a daughter and mother have gone up along Interstate 5 near Roseburg, Ore.

Barbara Tooley
Helen Long
An unknown suspect shot and killed Barbara Tooley, 59, of Damascus, Ore., and seriously injured her mother, Helen Long, 88, of Glendale, Ore., at 6134 Azalea Glen Road in Glendale.

A manhunt ensued, but no one has been arrested in the case.

This week, two billboards with the suspect composite sketch and the tip line phone number were installed near I-5 north and south of Roseburg. The billboards and materials were provided by the Lamar billboard company out of Eugene.

A reward of $5,500 is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible. The reward is expected to increase.

Investigators are asking for the public to continue to call the tip line at (541) 957-2099 with tips and information.

The suspect is described as an adult male of average height, thin build, wearing a dark (possibly fake) beard. His clothing has been described as dark gray or black pants, light blue or gray hooded sweatshirt with pockets in the front.

He was also seen wearing a small dark colored backpack.

The suspect is possibly associated with a small black, late ‘90s to early ‘00s SUV similar in style to a Toyota 4Runner. The vehicle has also been described as a small black pickup with a canopy. The vehicle has a black bumper, rear window visor and tinted windows.