Mother Appeals to Shooter to Turn Himself In After Buffalo Bills Fan’s Tragic Death

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) — The mother of a Buffalo Bills fan who was tragically killed after a Dolphins game is pleading with the shooter to turn himself in, stating that she forgives him.

The victim, 28-year-old Ricardo J. Pringle, was shot and killed in the early hours of Sunday morning following the Bills’ game against the Miami Dolphins. The shooting occurred in a parking lot near the stadium where the game took place.

Pringle’s mother, Jeanie Pringle, has expressed her forgiveness towards the shooter, saying, “I don’t hate you. I don’t hate you for killing my son. I want you to come forward.” Her plea comes as police in Orchard Park continue their investigation and search for the suspect responsible for Pringle’s death.

Following the tragic incident, the Buffalo Bills released a statement, offering their condolences to Pringle’s family and urging anyone with information to come forward and assist the authorities. The team has also emphasized the importance of community support and the need to come together during this difficult time.

In addition to appealing for the shooter to come forward, Jeanie Pringle has expressed her desire for justice for her son, calling for the responsible individual to be held accountable for their actions. She described her son as a loving and helpful person, and she hopes that the shooter will take responsibility for the pain and suffering caused by the senseless act.

The Buffalo Bills fan community has also rallied around the Pringle family, offering support and solidarity during this devastating time. The tragic loss of Ricardo J. Pringle has deeply affected the community, and his mother’s plea for the shooter to come forward has captured the attention and sympathy of many.