CLEVELAND — The family of the woman killed while walking her dog in McGowan Park almost two years ago is in desperate need of answers.
Next week, a billboard will go up in hopes of tracking down the killer or killers of Sheila Wallace.
The 58-year-old mother, grandmother, and Cleveland Clinic worker was just steps from her home on an evening back in January 2019, when she was murdered. Her body found with her dog by her side.
“Just imagine if that was your mom, that loss is indescribable,” said Katie Wallace.
The billboard will be put up along West 130th Street.
Police have received leads but so far none have helped find the killer or killers. Surveillance cameras captured two people involved in the murder.
The family is hoping the billboard will bring answers.
“I just need closure, my whole family needs closure,” said Katie Wallace.
Police believe this was a random crime.
“We do not believe she was ever robbed. This poor lady was just out walking her dog,” said Captain Richard McIntosh, CrimeStoppers.
CrimeStoppers is offering a $5,000 reward. “I think it can be solved with a little bit more information,” said McIntosh.
Call 216-25-CRIME or 216-252-7463 with information. Tipsters can remain anonymous.
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