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ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico Albuquerque police arrested a person of  interest on Wednesday in the road rage killing of a 4 year old girl a  day earlier in New Mexico's biggest city.

The child died after she  was shot in the head when the suspect confronted her father on  Interstate 40 on Tuesday afternoon, police and local media said.

"A  person of interest from yesterday's road rage homicide just taken into  custody," the Albuquerque Police Department said on Twitter. "Waiting on  warrants We still need tips that could lead to further wholesale jerseys China info in this wholesale nfl jerseys case."

The arrest follows the publication earlier on Wednesday of a description of the gunman.

Homicide  detectives had said they were hunting the driver of a late model maroon  or dark red Toyota four door sedan, possibly a Corolla or Camry, with a  spoiler, tinted windows and a gray UNM plate with a "Lobo" logo.

"The  person who engaged the girl's father in a road rage incident and then  fired shots is a white male with a dark complexion, possibly Hispanic," a  police statement said.

He is in his mid 20s to early 30s with  short dark hair, a thin goatee, and of average build. "He was wearing a  black shirt with gold or yellow writing on it," the police department  said.

The young victim, Lilly Garcia, had been with her parents in their red four Cheap China Jerseys door Dodge truck. She died after being rushed to a local hospital.

A Gofundme site set probowl jerseys  up by a relative to help pay for the girl's funeral includes a message  apparently posted by Garcia's mother, Veronica, urging anyone with  information about the shooter to get in touch with police.

"I need  to catch the individual who took my baby from me, her Dad and her  brother. I beg you, please please please share," the message read.

Albuquerque  Mayor Richard Berry offered a $10,000 reward for a tip leading to the  gunman's arrest and conviction, and said the girl's "senseless murder"  had broken hearts.

"The Garcia family is in the thoughts and  prayers of our community and our nation," Berry said in a statement.  "Make no mistake; this act of violence will not go unanswered."

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