“It’s never late to solve a murder”: Police are still looking for leads for the murder of Susan Taraskiewicz in Revere in 1992, offering a reward of $ 250,000 for information leading to an arrest in an unsolved case
More than a quarter of a century has passed and authorities are still looking for leads in the murder case of Susan Taraskiewicz in Massachusetts.
The 28th anniversary of the murder of the 27-year-old was Monday. Nearly 30 years after his death, Massachusetts State Police are more determined than ever to bring Taraskiewicz’s killer (s) to justice, officials said.
A reward of $ 250,000 remains in effect for those who provide information about the case to authorities leading to an arrest.
“We are sure that there are people who have this information. Whatever reasons you haven’t had to come forward so far, it doesn’t matter anymore. Time goes by, people and motivations change. Things that didn’t seem important suddenly do, and vice versa. Fears and worries lessen and paler over achieving what is right and right, ”state police said in a Facebook Publish. “It is high time that anyone could help this family, bring some peace and do what it takes for Susan, get involved and do just that.”
On September 14, 1992, Taraskiewicz’s body was found in the trunk of his car, which had been left outside an auto repair shop on Route 1A in Revere. She had been severely beaten.
The discovery came just over a day after Taraskiewicz quit his job as a Northwest Airlines runway supervisor at Boston Logan International Airport to pick up sandwiches for his colleagues. She never returned to her shift or home in Saugus, state police said.
Following his murder, Northwest Airlines offered the reward of $ 250,000 for information leading to an arrest. In 2008, Northwest merged with Delta Air Lines, but the company informed Taraskiewicz’s mother that it was upholding the reward offer, authorities said.
“So much time has passed since then. But the resolve of the Massachusetts State Police and Revere Police to bring Susan’s killer (s) to justice is fiercer today than it has ever been, ” the state. “The detectives haven’t backed down an inch, and never will, from their desire to close this case and find justice for Susan and her family.”
Over the years, there have been many calls for information about the woman’s death. Marlene Taraskiewicz, the victim’s mother, has spoken publicly on several occasions over the past decade, calling on people to come forward to help in the case.
“Please come out, it’s not too late. It’s never late to solve a murder. she said in 2014. “A murder case is still open. I am a very healthy woman and I will not be leaving. You’re going to look over your shoulder until the day I leave, but I’ll get you, and I’ll get justice for my Susan.
Anyone with information about Taraskiewicz’s murder has been urged to call the Suffolk County State Police Detective Unit at (617) 727-8817.