19 July, 2017
"My mom is dead because the police officer shot her for reasons I don't know, and I demand answers", he said.
The BCA said in a press release later in the morning an officer fired a weapon, and a woman was killed.
Later, the officer who sat in the passenger seat fired his gun from inside the vehicle and shot Damond.
Thomas Plunkett, who represents Noor, said the officer "extends his condolences to the family and anyone else who has been touched by this event".
"Like you, I have a lot of questions", she said.
At a news conference Sunday afternoon, Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges called on the BCA to share the details of the shooting as quickly as possible. Both officers had their body cameras turned off, authorities said.More news: Wimbledon: Johanna Konta's dream ends as Venus Williams powers on
According to the Washington Post, Justine "had already taken her fiancee's last name" and was to be married "in the coming weeks". "Investigators are attempting to determine whether any video of the incident exists", said the news release.
Peter Suffoletto, whose cousin John Ruszczyk is Ms Damond's father, said she held dual Australian-US citizenship.
An American man has reacted with shock after his Australian fiancee was shot dead by a U.S. police officer she approached while wearing her pyjamas.
DFAT said it was providing consular assistance to the woman's family.
Her family released a statement saying they are going through a hard time and they are still trying to come to terms with the tragic event in their lives.
Questions remain about the circumstances that lead to Damond's death, especially because the officers who shot her had their body cams turned off at the time. He was away for a business trip when the killing took place.