The family of an Australian woman who was shot and killed by police in Minneapolis after she she reportedly called 911 herself says they're trying to understand why it happened.
The Minneapolis Star Tribune reports sources with knowledge of the shooting say Justine Damond, 40, of Sydney, Australia, was in her pajamas and talking to the driver of the patrol auto when the officer in the passenger seat drew his weapon and shot Damond through the door of the vehicle.
However, police said the officer's body worn cameras and a camera in their squad vehicle had been switched off at the time of the shooting which may hamper the investigation.
Both were identified by their attorneys, and both are on administrative leave.
Noor "extends his condolences to the family and anyone else who has been touched by this event", his lawyer said in a statement released later.
Noor has two open complaints against him from 2017 and one from 2016.
Minneapolis Police said the shooting was not captured by the officers' dashboard cameras and no one seems to know why the body cameras were turned off.
Justine Damond had already taken the last name of her fiancé Don Damond, 50.
Justine, who was originally from Sydney but had lived in the US for three years, was engaged to American businessman Don Damond.
"My mom is dead because a police officer shot her for reasons I don't know, and I demand answers", he said.
The shooting is being investigated by Minnesota's state investigative agency.
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Don Damond's son, Zach, called Justine his best friend in a video posted on Facebook.
Bicking said he favored a policy in which there would be less officer discretion for when the cameras should be turned on and off.
The two officers' body cams were not switched on and footage from the police auto failed to capture the incident.
Just learned Officer Noor "went to Augsburg college and is well respected person in the Somali community". She said the department has requested an expedited external, independent investigation to ensure transparency.
News of Justine Damond's death when she was shot by a Minneapolis police officer late Saturday has stunned many in her native Australia.
"Our lives are forever changed for knowing her".
"I am heartsick and deeply disturbed by the fatal officer-involved shooting", Mayor Hodges said.
"This is a tragedy - for the family, for a neighborhood I know well, and for our whole city", Hodges said.
She told a news conference: "I share the same questions other people have about why we don't have body camera footage of it, and I hope to get answers to that in the days coming".