Carly Lewis Murder Suspect Turned to Local Business for Prayers

Carol Ebright manages the St. Vincent De Paul thrift shop next door to where Carly Lewis' life came to a tragic end. Employees of the shop say that Robert Jensen Schwander had visited them over these past 2 weeks, and it was clear something was weighing on his mind. He asked workers there to pray with him and for him. The murder suspect was in and out of the abandoned building next door for the past 2 weeks, according to store employees. The fact that a murder happened so close is traumatic, and they hope that by turning to one another for support, the community will heal. Reporting in Traverse City, Sara Simnitch, and Photojournalist, Jeremy Erickson.