The February murder of Microsoft executive Jared Bridegan, already a horrific tragedy that happened right in front of his 2-year-old little girl, has taken on an even more sinister tone. Developments in the Florida murder case have led police to consider the crime a “targeted attack.” To recap the now five-month-old mystery: Bridegan, a Microsoft software engineer, was returning home with his young daughter in St. Augustine, Florida, after dropping off his twins at the home of his ex-wife, their mother. He was continuing home with his daughter, whom he shares with his second wife, Kirsten Bridegan. Within a matter of minutes after dropping off the twins, though, Jared would be dead from multiple gunshot wounds, with his little girl still strapped into her car seat. Here is where the case gained new dimensions: According to The New York Post, Bridegan’s car “had its emergency lights flashing when officers arrived and there was a spare tire in the middle of the street. Detectives said those circumstances suggested that Bridegan may have been lured to his death.” Fox News reported that the toddler was in the car for an agonizing three minutes before a good Samaritan spotted her father’s lifeless body beside the road and stopped to pull her out of the vehicle. Her mother and seven-month-old sister were awaiting them at home. A spare tire lying in the middle of the road changed everything about this case.