Accused Warsaw double murderer still on the loose on 10 year anniversary of killings

(Photos supplied/Kosciusko County Sheriff's Department)

It’s the 10-year anniversary of a double murder in Warsaw, and the suspect is still on the loose.

41-year-old Omar Mora is suspected in killing his wife, Lisa Heather Mora, and gas station owner Harpal Singh on May 23rd, 2007. Since that day, Mora is still at large.

Warsaw Police Chief Scott Whitaker told the Times-Union that police are still searching for him and following tips so they can “bring closure to the community and the families of the two who were lost.”

Omar Mora allegedly drove to the Phillips 66 on Center Street and shot Singh in a store full of customers. While officers investigated that shooting, Mora allegedly went home and shot his wife as she begged for her life in front of their two young children.

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1 comment

Roger Mudd November 30, 2021 at 3:59 am

Is there any indication that this man is still alive? It seems like a $10,000 USD in Mexico would have worked. May if we offer the person who helped bring him to justice could also get asylum here in the the U.S.? While everyone is entitled to a Criminal Defense Lawyer – it seems that is is open/closed given the circumstances.


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