Three a long time after a Columbus lady was discovered useless in her Northeast Aspect residence, her murder stays unsolved.
Central Ohio Crime Stoppers hope to alter that by providing a money reward for data resulting in an arrest within the case.
On March 28, 1991, the physique of Georgia Wolf, 51, was discovered on the lounge flooring of her residence within the 5500 block of Birchland Court docket.
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Wolf, who labored as an EKG technician at present-day OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital, had not arrived for work that morning and a frightened colleague had referred to as the police to see her.
An investigation revealed that Wolf was seemingly killed in a single day and was crushed and stabbed.
On the time, The Dispatch reported that there was no signal of pressured entry into Wolf’s residence. A video digital camera and stereo system had been reported stolen, however there have been no different indicators of theft.
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Wolf’s automobile, a brown Pontiac Grand Am, was additionally stolen. The automobile was discovered roughly 250 meters away in a close-by residence complicated.
Anybody with data is requested to name Central Ohio Crime Stoppers at 614-461-TIPS, use the free P3 Ideas cell app, or present data at www.stopcrime.org.
All recommendation at Crime Stoppers is nameless.