Kymberlee Larsen family thanks neighbors, community and friends during 'difficult time'
NAMPA, Idaho (KBOI) —
The family of 22-year-old Kymberlee Ann Larsen, the young woman who was killed earlier this week by her boyfriend has released a statement.
Larsen, of Nampa, died from multiple slash and stab wounds by her boyfriend, 29-year-old Evan C. Bashir of Meridian. Bashir died from multiple gunshot wounds after Nampa PD had open fire.
"Our family would like to thank the neighbors, community and friends who have supported us during this difficult time. We want to acknowledge the first responders for their swift and justified actions that undoubtedly saved our loved ones from further tragedy in this senseless event.
We ask for prayers in this time of need and appreciate our privacy as we continue to heal. We are graciously accepting monetary donations via Kymberlee’s GoFundMe account. Any physical donations such as diapers, clothing or necessities for Kym’s beloved infant son, Donovan, can be dropped off at the Nampa Police Department."
The two surviving victims are 27-year-old Chelsea Larsen and 57-year-old Julianna Flowers, are both in stable condition following surgery yesterday. Both women also suffered multiple stab wounds.