New Leads in Missy Bevers Murder Investigation

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MIDLOTHIAN, Texas -- Midlothian detectives are working new leads in the Terri "Missy" Bevers murder case. The 45-year-old mother of three was killed last month as she was getting ready to teach a fitness class.

"At this point, none of the family friends or co-workers are considered suspects," Assistant Police Chief Kevin Johnson said. "All but one of those leads have been exhausted. The last remaining lead involves a car that pulled into the SWFA sporting goods parking lot at approximately 2 a.m."

The car left a few minutes later.

"It is well over an hour before the killer is believed to come onto the scene at the church," Johnson said. "It's simply just an unfinished lead that we'd like to talk to that person and ask if they have anything to add to the investigation."

Cops say the car is a 2010-2012 Nissan Altima with an oval sticker...

The store owner says when they first spotted the car on their security camera, they thought someone was scoping out their store. Then they heard about the murder.

Could this be the break Midlothian Police have been waiting for?

"It could just be a coincidence, if they pulled in or if they did have something to do with it," said Dillon Hazelwood, sales manger of SWFA Outdoors. "We’re just excited that there’s new information out now."

Another new clue, investigators say a forensics review has narrowed down the height of the person seen on surveillance video carrying a hammer. They're now looking for someone 5'2" to 5'7" feet tall.

Investigators still aren't sure if the killer is a man or a woman.

If you know something, say something. SWFA Outdoors is offering a $10,000 reward for the arrest and indictment of the person(s) responsible.