She Was Murdered In 1999 Just 2 Months Before Her Wedding, And A Sweater Might Hold The Clue As To Who Took Her Life

“After her remains were identified, her case changed to a murder investigation. ‘Where is Cynthia?’ was no longer the question. It became, ‘Who killed Cynthia, and why?'” said a blog created to spread awareness of the mom’s case.

Yet, twenty-three years later, Cynthia’s case has remained cold. Authorities did not have any viable leads or DNA evidence.

In 2009, the Sheriff’s office did release a photo of a sweater that was discovered near the mom’s remains and hoped the garment would illuminate what happened that summer night in 1999.

Facebook; pictured above is what the sweater looks like

“Finding someone who was in possession of that garment would be a good lead to try and figure out who the killer could be,” explained Detective Jim Scharf of the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office.

But, no one has ever come forward with information regarding the sweater, and the glimmer of hope authorities had in closing the case eventually faded away.

Cynthia’s son will be thirty-two years old this year. And her stepfather, Larry, would be eighty-three. In a 2008 interview with the Herald Net, he expressed his anger and hopes for justice.

“[Cynthia] was my sweetheart. Before I die, I’d like to know who the hell killed her,” Larry said.

A Facebook group and website have since been created to keep the community updated on any developments.

And if you have any information regarding Cynthia’s murder, you are urged to contact the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office Tip Line at (425) 388-3845.

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