by: Linda Stouffer Updated:
GWINNETT COUNTY, Ga. - Angry words once glued onto a page could help solve the murder of a Gwinnett County
"The letter was dusted for prints, also tested for DNA, but prints were not of any value,"
Investigators believe whoever put together the obscene letter also killed Wenal.
"It shows, I guess, a motive. It talks about a relationship or possible relationship this person may have had with Kay Wenal," Millsap said.
In one line, the letter said, "She loved me but that was a lie too."
The glue has
Wenal was killed inside her Gwinnett County home.
Shortly after her
For the first time, investigators also showed Channel 2 Action News photographs a family member gave to police after Wenal's husband passed away.
The photos show a man with a resemblance to the mystery sketch. Detectives stressed he is not a suspect or even a person of interest, but they need to find out who he is.
"We send everything to investigators. Sometimes we get information
Stouffer tracked down Wenal's sister, Pam Sleeper, who lives in Texas.
Sleeper said she and her elderly parents need to know what happened; who killed her and why.
"I just want her to know we're going to bring this guy to justice, and we'll find him. She can rest in
Anyone with information is urged to call Crime Stoppers at 404-577-8477.
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