Hundreds attend funeral for funeral of murdered Grosse Pointe Park mom

Published On: Jan 31 2012 11:24:33 AM EST
Updated On: Jan 31 2012 01:26:32 PM EST

Before people arrived for the funeral service of Jane Bashara there was a somber moment outside Grosse Pointe Memorial Church. 

GROSSE POINTE PARK, Mich. -

Before people arrived for the funeral service of Jane Bashara there was a somber moment outside Grosse Pointe Memorial Church. 

90 minutes before the 10:30 service began police had to direct traffic along Lake Shore Drive.   

By 10:00 a.m. the parking lots were full.

IMAGES: Hundreds attend funeral of Jane Bashara

Jane Bashara’s husband, Bob Bashara did not make a public entrance into the church.

Bashara could be seen leaving his Grosse Pointe Park home about an hour before the funeral began. He entered the church through a back door before the crowds arrived.

Bashara was found dead Wednesday in the SUV which was parked in an alley near 7 Mile Road and Hoover Street in Detroit. Investigators tell Local 4 they don't believe she was killed in Detroit. They believe she was brought to Detroit after she was dead.

Moreover, police don't believe her killer acted alone. Sources tell Local 4 that an accomplice helped stage the crime scene as a robbery gone wrong. It was not.

Bashara's husband, Bob Bashara, has been questioned by police and voluntarily took a polygraph test on Friday, which he failed. He has become the lone person of interest in the case.

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