A Maryland girl consumed with discovering these accountable for the loss of life of her twin sister 23 years in the past is utilizing billboards to resume curiosity within the chilly case.

Jennifer LeCornu Carrieri was impressed by the movie “Three Billboards Exterior Ebbing, Missouri,” to place up three billboards asking for assist in discovering the killer, or killers, of her sibling Jody LeCornu, FOX 5 of Washington reported. Within the Hollywood movie, a girl rents three billboards to carry consideration to her daughter’s unsolved rape and homicide.

“I really feel like there’s individuals on the market who know one thing,” Carrieri informed the Baltimore Solar when she positioned her first billboard within the Baltimore space in 2018. “I don’t need her to be forgotten.”

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“I really feel like there’s individuals on the market who know one thing. I don’t need her to be forgotten.”

— Jennifer LeCornu Carrieri, twin sister of 1996 homicide sufferer

The billboards learn “FIND MY KILLER” and present a photograph of a smiling Jody LeCornu. A $100,000 reward supply can be posted.

LeCornu was killed March 2, 1996, whereas in a parking zone making telephone calls inside a white Honda Civic in Towson, Md., based on the Solar. Somebody drove as much as the car and fired a gunshot from behind, placing her again. She was capable of drive throughout the road to a different parking zone, the place she was discovered simply earlier than four a.m.

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Witnesses stated a stocky man in a white BMW adopted her automotive after which eliminated one thing from inside her automotive and drove off.

Jody LeCornu, 23, was fatally shot in Towson, Md. Police are still seeking her killer. (Baltimore County Police Department)

Jody LeCornu, 23, was fatally shot in Towson, Md. Police are nonetheless looking for her killer. (Baltimore County Police Division)

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In her battle for justice, Carrieri has written to prisoners, investigated her sister’s loss of life on her personal and sued for police info.

The billboards have led to some suggestions, Carrieri not too long ago informed the paper, however Baltimore County police stated the data has not led to any credible leads concerning the case, the FOX 5 reported.

“I need to discover her killer, and I really feel, I actually really feel that there is a lot that hasn’t been completed in her case. … I imply, from my very own investigation,” Carrieri stated.

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