Saugus Police look for new info in 1992 murder
SAUGUS, Mass. (WHDH) -- Police are looking for new information in the death of a Saugus woman two decades after she was killed.
Susan Taraskiewicz was found murdered twenty years ago. She was 27-years-old.
She was a "baggage handling supervisor" for Northwest Airlines at Logan.
Relatives said she was the victim of repeated sexual harassment at work.
She was found murdered in her car at an auto shop in Revere.
Three digital billboards are now being used to help get new information in the case.
Taraskiewicz’s mother hopes the billboards will lead to an arrest.
"I know there are people out there that have information pertaining to Susan's murder. You know who you are and it doesn't matter where you are. Please come forward," said Marlene Taraskiewicz.
Authorities said the new effort shows they remain committed to solving this case.