Still No Arrests in Temple Student's Murder

27-year-old woman shot to death Friday night

A 27-year-old Temple University student was shot and killed outside of her apartment in Lindenwold Friday night.

Camden County Prosecutors have yet to name a suspect or make an arrest, though family members have a theory as to who murdered the young woman.

Gina Clarke-Lewis was coming home after working at her job as a waitress at Cibo Bistro and Wine Bar in the Philadelphia International Airport when she was shot and killed right outside her apartment door, according to the Camden County Prosecutors Office.

On her way home from work, Clarke-Lewis stopped at Pat’s restaurant in Lindenwold, N.J. to pick up food. Her dinner was lying on her doorstep next to her body when police arrived at about 10 p.m. Friday, according to prosecutors.

Clarke-Lewis’s family believes that the Temple student’s ex-boyfriend shot her, reports the Daily News.

"This was a murder," Brenda Lewis, Gina’s mother, told the Daily News. "This whole thing was planned out. Every time she moved, he followed her."

Clarke-Lewis categorized her “mood” on her MySpace page as “stalked” the last time she logged on in January, says the Daily News.

The prosecutor’s office has not commented on any suspects or persons of interest in the murder case yet.

Anyone with information should contact Camden County Prosecutor’s Office James

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