$10,000 Reward in Booker T. Washington Grad’s Murder

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DALLAS -- The search is on for 18-year-old Zoe Hastings' killer. Oak Farms is upping the ante by offering a $10,000 reward.

The recent Booker T. Washington High School graduate, with the bright smile and kind heart, was found dead Monday morning  in her family's white Honda Odyssey. The minivan had crashed into a  bushy creek near White Rock Lake.

She was headed to church Sunday but never made it.

"During lunch, they told us she had passed away," one student told NewsFix. "I was shocked because I knew her last year. I was a freshman and  I knew the seniors a lot. She was really happy, really nice to everyone."

Dallas PD isn't saying much, other than Zoe died from what they're calling "homicidal violence."

"We're all just praying for her family and hoping they're okay," Bianca Howard said. "That they have people helping them to go through this."

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