Detectives in a Twin Cities suburb say that solving the case of who hit and killed a Minnesota hockey mom eight years ago all depends on the public’s help.
Ten years ago, a couple stumbled upon a woman’s body in a Twin Cities park. Despite dozens hundreds of leads, police still can’t say who she was or who killed her. Now, a tiny clue just two centimeters long and crushed to near nothingness could help police finally crack a cold case.
Harold Schroetter, 58, of Falcon Heights, Minn., went missing on Feb. 26, 2009.
Oct. 22 marks 20 years since 11-year-old Jacob Wetterling was abducted at gunpoint near his home in rural St. Joseph, Minn. He has never been found.
It’s been almost 10 months since Paul Fisher’s girlfriend found him gunned down in a stairwell at their apartment building at 53rd Street and Chicago Avenue in south Minneapolis.
Raymond Wingo, Jr. was gunned down on Feb. 19, 2004 while driving on Interstate 94 with a friend on his way home from a downtown Minneapolis nightclub.
Earl Lorenzo Farley was killed in a hit-and-run accident in St. Paul on Oct. 7, 1999.
Kristin O’Connell was a college student when she was brutally murdered during a visit to upstate New York in the summer of 1985. She was studying hotel and restaurant management and hoped to someday work in Hawaii.
UNSOLVED: It’s been nine years since a 7-year-old St. Paul boy died in a hit-and-run sledding accident.
Susan Petersen (left) and Susan Rheineck (right) were both found strangled to death in Highland Park in St. Paul two years apart — Peterson in 1983, Rheineck in 1985. Both cases are still unsolved.
It’s been almost 32 years since since 17-year-old Jeanine Warden was found almost dead in a ditch near her home in Linwood Township in rural Anoka County.
“No case in the Midwest has changed how we parent our kids” more than that of Jacob Wetterling, said Stearns County Sheriff John Sanner.
After being convicted of first-degree murder for the stabbing death of 11-year-old Marcus Potts in North Minneapolis in 1990, Eugene Fort received a sentence of life in prison on Oct. 8, 2007.
It’s been over 12 years since anchorwoman Jodi Huisentruit was abducted on her way to work at a Mason City, Iowa TV station. There has been no trace of the missing anchorwoman ever since.
Minnesota prisons will soon be flooded with 10,000 decks of playing cards. These are not typical cards but rather ones with the photos of 52 murder victims and missing persons printed on them, along with information about the crimes.