JAMES ISLAND, S.C. (WCBD)- It has been 35 days since Jennifer Drummond was found severely injured along a James Island road.
Friends and family are still searching for answers in what is believed to be a hit-and-run.
The family, joined by their attorney, held a press conference Wednesday morning with new details they hope will bring them closer to finding the person responsible.
The Drumond family, fatigued, after over a month of not knowing exactly what happened to Jenn.
“We don’t sleep at night, wondering if someone texted with a lead,” Jenn’s uncle, Chris Drummond said.
However, they’re not letting up.
Drummond said, “You just can’t hit somebody in the roadway and drive off, and someone not know something.”
Searching everywhere they know of for answers to what is believed to be a hit-and-run.
In a press conference Wednesday morning, their attorney Scott Bischoff, gave new information on her movements that morning.
“Based on information on Jenn’s phone, her step count that was also connected to her apple watch, we believe that she left her house around 5:17 and her step count stops at 5:18, just before 5:19,” Bischoff said.
According to surveillance video there were three cars that drove down Woodland Shores Road around the time of the incident, but new video shows the car believed to be the one that hit Jenn.
“We believe the primary suspect vehicle is vehicle number 3, that appears to be a relatively modern SUV with a sunroof and 5 lights,” Bischoff said.
As far as Jenn’s condition, family members say she is making progress.
They say she got up and walked yesterday, but she’s still very slow to answer questions and there’s still a long way to go.
At this point they’re just doing whatever they can to bring justice to Jenn.
“On top of a really awful injury that she suffered, our mind is also thinking who did this, when will answers surface, will answers surface. It’s something that weighs on our mind constantly,” Jenn’s best friend, Audrey Marhoefer said.
There is a $10,000 reward for information about the incident of you have any information about this incident, call the Charleston County Sheriff’s Office.