Five months later, Milwaukee military still acid for torpedo in Oconomowoc woman’s murder
July 1, 2017 - garden totes
CITY OF MILWAUKEE – The Milwaukee Police Department is seeking a public’s assistance to solve a five-month-old murder of an Oconomowoc woman.
Simek was gunned down during about 6 a.m. Jan. 31 outward her workplace, Garden Fresh Foods, 726 S. 12th St. Her torpedo stays during large.
Members of a Milwaukee Police Department held a news discussion on Jun 29 to ask for anyone with information to step forward, according to a Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. Police said surveillance video shows a think walking past mixed pedestrians.
Officers during a press discussion described a torpedo as 22 to 27 years aged with a light complexion, tiny build and a brief afro, a Journal-Sentinel reported. Investigators trust he is about 5 feet 6 inches high and 140 to 150 pounds.
Simek was carrying a gray or tan Duluth Trading Co. tote bag that was 13×15 inches, that a think took before sharpened Simek dead.
Milwaukee military pronounced a male was seen loitering between on West National Avenue between South 12th and South 17th streets, a Journal-Sentinel reported. During that time, military pronounced a man walked past mixed pedestrians.
In February, the Milwaukee Police Department expelled a dark, grainy photo of a male suspected of a murder. The photo appears to be from a 1600 retard of West National Avenue, about 4 blocks divided from where a sharpened took place. The time on a print says it was taken during 5:22 a.m. Jan. 31, about a half-hour before a slaying.
Simek was a food technologist during Garden-Fresh Foods, that reserve deli salads, dips and desserts to retailers, according to the website.