Investigators Look For Public’s Help In Cracking 20-Year-Old Murder Case
REVERE (CBS/AP) - Investigators are stepping up their efforts to solve the 20-year-old murder of a Saugus woman.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030′s Carl Stevens reports
Suffolk District Attorney Daniel Conley, state police, and Revere police held a news conference Wednesday morning to make a renewed appeal to the public for information about the September 1992 death of 27-year-old Susan Taraskiewicz.
Her mother, Marlene Taraskiewicz, also attended. She’s hoping somebody finally comes forward.
“It’s time to clear your conscience, bring us peace. She didn’t deserve to be murdered,” she told reporters.
Taraskiewicz was last seen leaving work at Northwest Airlines at Logan Airport to pick up sandwiches for her co-workers.
Her beaten and stabbed body was found the next day in the trunk of her car at an auto body shop in Revere.
Police think she was killed somewhere else and her body driven to the shop.
Authorities said they “remain committed” to solving the case.
Clear Channel Outdoors announced they’re donating three billboards with Taraskiewicz’s photo for a month, asking the public for help in finding her killer.
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