PHOENIXVILLE, Pa (WTXF) - The search for the Montgomery County man accused of shooting his ex-girlfriend's mom has come to an end. Officials recovered his body in a Wawa parking lot late Monday night.
Officials on the scene discovered a 2016 black Mazda sedan with the driver’s side window blown out and license plate matching that of the suspect’s.
According to investigators, 30-year-old Greg Feldman had gone to 48-year-old Amy Hermann’s home on Long Meadow Drive on Friday and shot her.
Hermann says Feldman came to the house and asked for her daughter, who was also there and wanted to know how she was doing, according to police. She told Feldman he should not be there and he allegedly said he had something for Hermann's daughter, and then shot the victim.
Police say Feldman took the victim's cellphone and left. Police say the daughter's current boyfriend called the cellphone and Feldman allegedly asked to speak to the victim's daughter, saying, "I wanted you to feel my pain."
The District Attorney’s office had just put out a $1,000 reward on Monday for information leading up to the arrest of the suspect.