Tag Archives: seeks

Chief seeks Boston Strangler investigator’s help on NH cold case murders

Rich Beauchesne | Portsmouth Herald | BDN

Thirty-five years ago, 20-year-old Tammy Little was found beaten to death in a 315 Maplewood Ave. apartment, where Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Police Chief Robert Merner now lives.

Little’s murder remains unsolved, but police Detective Sgt. John Peracchi said leads continue to come in and police are “actively pursuing” them.

Merner said when he was driving from Seattle to Portsmouth to begin work as police chief several months ago, he found a listing online for the apartment. He had no idea it was the scene of the cold case. He said he selected it because it was near police headquarters and later learned Little was killed there.

Merner said there are two apartments in the building, Little was killed on the side where he lives and the police case file about her

Read more at: https://bangordailynews.com/2017/10/20/news/police-beat/chief-seeks-boston-strangler-investigators-help-on-nh-cold-case-murders/

One year later: Family seeks closure in unsolved murder

The family and friends of a Des Moines man held a vigil Monday to honor the anniversary of his unsolved death.

Dennis Strable, 59, Dennis Strable was shot and killed at the intersection of 45th and Kingman Blvd as he was riding his bicycle.

Loved ones gathered at the intersection where Strabel was shot said they are still searching for closure.
“There’s no answers, you know?” said Clem Vestal, Strabel’s cousin. “I mean, there’s a big question mark but no answers, and there’s got to be an answer.”

Des Moines Police have been investigating the murder, now deemed a “cold case.”

Family members said they believe they know who could be responsible for Strabel’s death and they hope that person is brought to justice soon.

Read more at: http://www.kcci.com/article/one-year-later-family-seeks-closure-in-unsolved-murder/10354931

One year later: Family seeks closure in unsolved murder – KCCI.com

The family and friends of a Des Moines man held a vigil Monday to honor the anniversary of his unsolved death.

Dennis Strable, 59, Dennis Strable was shot and killed at the intersection of 45th and Kingman Blvd as he was riding his bicycle.

Loved ones gathered at the intersection where Strabel was shot said they are still searching for closure.
“There’s no answers, you know?” said Clem Vestal, Strabel’s cousin. “I mean, there’s a big question mark but no answers, and there’s got to be an answer.”

Des Moines Police have been investigating the murder, now deemed a “cold case.”

Family members said they believe they know who could be responsible for Strabel’s death and they hope that person is brought to justice soon.

Read more at: http://www.kcci.com/article/one-year-later-family-seeks-closure-in-unsolved-murder/10354931

Family Seeks Closure In Unsolved Murder

DEARBORN, MI — Since she was six years old, Eman Eljahmi has relived the night her mother died in front of her eyes. Now the teenager and her family are seeking closure and justice for Aniseh Eljahmi, who was gunned down in front of the family’s home in 3400 block of Houston Street on April 13, 2006.

“The amount of pain this has caused my family is unbearable,” Eman Eljahmi, 17, said at a Monday press conference at the Dearborn Police Department.

“We all need peace of mind,” added Jabrey Eljahmi, the teenager’s uncle and brother of Aniseh. “It has been 11 years. We only hope something comes up. We want no more pain, we want this to be over.”

The Dearborn Police Department is investigating the cold case. Police are utilizing new methods and technologies to reexamine the case facts and evidence with the hope that it may eventually lead

Read more at: https://patch.com/michigan/dearborn/family-seeks-closure-unsolved-murder

Family Of Dearborn Mom Gunned Down Before Child Seeks … – Patch

(UPDATED) DEARBORN, MI — It has been more than 11 years since Aniseh Eljahmi was shot to death in front of her family’s Dearborn home. But for her daughter, her brother and the rest of her family, the pain of her senseless death is still raw, still unchecked. That’s because Aniseh’s killer is still at large.

The Dearborn Police Department is doing everything it can to bring the family’s suffering to an end. Using new policing methods and new technologies, investigators believe they can solve the cold case, one that has has haunted the department since it happened on April 13, 2006. It can’t come a moment too soon for Jabrey Eljahmi.

“It’s very hard to explain what my family has been through,” he said. His sister was just 28 when she was killed. “I can’t even explain the pain we’ve felt. My sister was murdered in front of our home in

Read more at: https://patch.com/michigan/dearborn/family-seeks-closure-unsolved-murder