Police still looking for the man who killed Alicia Showalter Reynolds, 15 years later
Fifteen years after the disappearance and death of Alicia Showalter Reynolds, investigators are still looking for her killer.
She disappeared 15 years ago today.
Geller: She was travelling from Baltimore, Maryland, to Charlottesville on Route 29, when according to witnesses, she stopped on the side of the road and a gentleman was seen standing next to her vehicle and then, unfortunately, that was the last anybody ever saw or heard of her.
Corinne Geller, Virginia State Police.
Geller: Her body was found about two months later, and since then we've received more than 10,000 tips and emails and have interviewed thousands of people.
The suspect at that time was described as a white male 35-45, 5-10 to six feet tall, medium build, light to medium brown hair, driving a dark pickup, possibly a green Nissan. After the news spread, several other women told police a man fitting that description had tried to stop them on Route 29. And even though it's been 15 years, police are still after him and that one missing piece.
Geller: We're still hopeful that one piece of information is out there, that person will still come forward.
Charles Fishburne, WCVE News