Sunday’s triple murder in Jupiter sparks mother’s plea for justice

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Roberta Donahue’s son and a woman were murdered three years ago in Limestone Creek. Donahue was holding this sign as she stood Thursday afternoon in front of the Jupiter River Estates house where the triple murders occurred on Sunday in Jupiter. (Photo/Bill DiPaolo)

Roberta Donahue, whose son Teddy Donohue Jr. and a woman were found murdered in a vehicle parked in the area of Limestone Creek in suburban Jupiter three years ago, stood at the scene of Sunday’s triple murder holding a picture of her son.

The 67-year-old wants justice.

“I hope this tragedy will convince someone to come forward with information. Not just in my son’s murder but for these three young people who were killed,” said Donahue, 67, who used to live in the Jupiter River Estates neighborhood where Sunday’s murders occurred.

Samantha McKenna and Teddy Donohue Jr. were found murdered in a vehicle parked in the area of Limestone Creek in suburban Jupiter on April 14, 2014.

“Someone must have heard something through the grapevine. If you see something, say something. Please come forward and tell police,” said Donahue, who was carrying a CrimeStoppers Reward for $1,000 poster for information about her son’s and McKenna’s murder.

McKenna, 34, of Palm Beach Gardens, and Donohue, 45, of Hobe Sound, were found in a red Toyota Matrix parked at the far end of the 6600 block of Fourth Street.

Both victims were found with multiple gunshot wounds.

No arrests were made.

Jupiter police can be reached at (561) 746-6201.

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