A DEVASTATED widow continues to search for answers after her Microsoft CEO husband was killed in front of their two-year-old daughter.
Jared Bridegan, 33, was gunned down in the north Florida on February 16 as their little girl watched Bexley from her car seat.
The incident happened after Jared dropped off his older children with his ex-wife.
Kirsten, 30, said Jared spotted a tire on the road as he and Bexley drove to their St. Augustine home.
Sgt. Tonya Tator of the Jacksonville Police Department, narrated FoxNews Digital that he was shot after getting out of the car.
Kirsten branded the murder “purely evil.”
She said: “To have done that where he didn’t even get a chance to fight back and it was done in front of his daughter.
“I would urge anyone who knows anything to come forward.”
she said WJXT: “I still have hope that we’ll catch the people who did this, but it’s frustrating that it’s been two months and whoever did this is still out there doing what they want , and we’re still here looking for answers.”
The police are investigating whether Jared was lured out of his car.
Cops have identified a dark blue Ford F-150 as a vehicle of interest.
Kirsten said she became concerned when her husband didn’t return home.
He didn’t reply to her messages or calls. She feared he might have been involved in a car accident.
She said, “I had a gut feeling something was wrong.”
Kirsten revealed Bexley was in shock after seeing her father killed.
The child refers to the killing as “The Boom”.
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Kirsten said, “She’s like, ‘Boom! boom boom! Dad on the floor.”
In a heartbreaking Facebook post, she wrote: “Bexley and Jared had the best relationship.
“She loved him with everything she could muster and followed him everywhere.
“Whether she was working in the garage, cleaning the car, or walking into his office during a conference call, she always wanted to be with him.”
Kirsten and Jared met through a dating app before tying the knot in 2017.
Jared worked as a user experience manager at the tech giant.
Kirsten was account manager at Microsoft before quitting her job to become a full-time mom.
She admits weekends are tough, posting online: “I miss the games Jared came up with, the fun things he used to plan.
“His laugh, his smile, his silly ways were my favorites.”
Cops revealed there is a $30,000 reward as they continue their investigation.
Local law enforcement is assisted by the FBI and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives.
Anyone with information is urged to contact the Jacksonville Police Department at 904-270-1661.
Alternatively, you can contact First Coast Crime Stoppers at 1-866-845-TIPS.
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https://www.the-sun.com/news/5123240/wife-search-answers-microsoft-executive-husband-killed-florida/ Mystery surrounding Microsoft exec’s murder as wife searches for answers after husband is gunned down in front of 2-year-old daughter