Although police have yet to confirm the identities of the two people killed in Real Housewives of New Jersey star Kim DePaola's car, the family of one of the alleged victims, Aaron Anderson, believes he's gone. Aaron's uncle exclusively revealed to RadarOnline.com the family's desperate attempt to catch the people responsible for the gruesome deaths.
"We're in a bad way right now," Charles Ryerson told Radar. "Aaron was a victim, but we're still waiting for DNA to confirm that it's really him. His mother Michele has been working with the police."
The distraught family member revealed he is offering a $3,000 reward to anyone that has information on who could've committed the shocking crime.
Michele also confirmed Aaron is "gone." "They found a wire in the driver's mouth, in his jaws, and my son has a wire in his jaw," she told WABC.
DePaola exclusively told Radar that although they were murdered in her car, she is not a suspect.
"People are saying my car was tied to the murders, my car was not tied to anyone," DePaola, 56, told Radar. "Aaron Anderson, a friend of my son, was supposed to drop my son off at the airport, park the car and not use it. But he used the car and then this horrific accident happened."
The Bravo star, who has a recurring role on RHONJ, claims she was home and her son Chris Camiscioli, 27 who uses the car, was in California at the time of the incident.
"The cops never thought I had anything to do with it," she said. "This would've happened in my car or not."
She believes the incident is gang related.
"The mob doesn't do this," she said. "It would be gang related. Maybe they pissed someone off and they're making a statement. I hope they find these savages."
Police responded to a car fire on Friday at 2 a.m.
Law enforcement sources told NBC New York that the victims had been shot in the head execution-style before the car went up in flames. Dental records are being sought to identify the victims.
No arrests have been made and the investigation remains ongoing.
The Paterson Police Department would not respond to Radar's request for comment.
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