The daughter of famed Dallas Cowboy Pettis Norman was found shot to death inside her downtown Dallas apartment, according to a report on NBC 5.
Sharneen “Shawn” Norman was very close to her father, who called police to enter his daughter's apartment when he hadn't heard from her in several days.
Police found Sharneen Norman dead from a gunshot wound at the DP&L Flats apartments.
Norman said his daughter had recently moved back to Texas from New York where she worked as a music executive for a record company. Now living in Dallas, Shawn Norman was working for her family business.
"She was my first baby. We had a great relationship. From the moment she was born, she was a daddy’s baby," Pettis Norman said fondly of his daughter.
Pettis Norman said it doesn’t appear anyone forced their way into his daughter’s apartment and said police are searching for surveillance video to see who could’ve entered the building around the time of her death.
Norman said he’s choosing not to be angry, instead focus on what possible facts he can gather to move forward.
"So I’m not angry. Obviously I’m very hurt my daughter’s not here, but there’s no need for me to be angry because that’s not going to solve the problem," he said.
Police are asking for the public's help in solving Sharneen's murder case.