Police: Suspect might have stolen receptacle bag carried by lady …
February 12, 2017 - garden totes
MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee military are seeking for your assistance locating persons with information associated to a Jan 31st homicide that happened during 12th and National Avenue. A lady was murdered as she headed into work.
A receptacle bag belonging to a victim, 53-year-old Karen Simek, is believed to have been taken by a think during a incident.
The bag is a gray or tan women’s board transport or receptacle bag done by Duluth Trading Company with a front zipper slot and a zipper closure categorical compartment. The bag is approximately 13” far-reaching and 15” tall.
One week ago Tuesday, Simek was walking to a pursuit she’s had a past 11 years during Garden-Fresh Foods on South 12th and Pierce. Just before she could strech safety, gunshots rang out, and a Oconomowoc lady was killed. Police believe the murder happened during a robbery.
Garden-Fresh Foods expelled a following matter on Jan 31st:
“We are ravaged and sad over a detriment of a long-time member of a Garden-Fresh Foods Family. Our sincerest condolences go out to a family. We keep them in a thoughts and prayers on this really formidable day and share their grief over this comfortless and terrible incident.”
Those who live and work in a area where this crime happened pronounced they’re endangered since a torpedo is still out there.
Meanwhile, in a matter to FOX6 News, Karen Simek’s father said he and a family are impressed by a escape of support after this tragedy.
He wrote, in part: “In a mourning, we know that there is another section to be created in Karen’s life story. We trust that with a assistance of a Milwaukee Police Department and a people of a city in that we were innate and that has always been partial of a lives, that section will be satisfied really soon.”
Simek’s father said when a think is eventually charged, he would speak some-more about his late wife’s life and story.
Anyone with information is asked to call a Milwaukee Police Department during 414-935-7360.