Memorial for Woman Slain in Unsolved Murder
GERMANTOWN, Wis. (AP) -- The family of a young woman murdered in Germantown is still looking for answers from investigators 10 years after her death.
Family and friends of Theresa Wesolowski gathered in the parking lot of the Smurfit-Stone plant Thursday night to mark her passing. She was stabbed to death near her car after leaving her second-shift job at the plant May 28, 1999. The 1995 graduate of Kettle Moraine Lutheran High School in the town of Jackson was just 22.
Her mother, Renee Wesolowski, says even though 10 years have passed, every year seems to get harder, because whoever took her life is still running free.
A group of more than 25 people held a candlelight vigil, read poems and prayed.
A $10,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction in the murder goes unclaimed.
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