• Woman found stabbed to death inside her home


    LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. - Police are searching for the person who killed a 64-year-woman in her home near Lawrenceville.

    Investigators said they are not ruling out the possibility that it was a random home invasion.

    It happened on Alamein Road, just off Old Norcross Road.

    People who live in the neighborhood tell Channel 2's Kerry Kavanaugh they are frightened and concerned.

    Investigators said the woman may have been dead inside her home for two days before neighbors found her.

    Neighbors on Alamein Drive said they first became concerned for their neighbor Tuesday.

    Neighbor Manuel Folgar told Kavanaugh that it seemed strange to him that his neighbor's garage door was open because the woman never left it open. Plus, a large hole was busted through a window above the garage.

    When it was open Wednesday, Folgar said he and a neighbor decided to check on her.

    Folgar said they approached a window and they could see the woman on the floor and she was dead. That's when he said they called Gwinnett County police.

    Investigators say the woman, Parviz Moledina, had been stabbed multiple times.

    As for her car, an officer spotted it Thursday at Sugarloaf Mills Mall.

    "He noticed two young men inside. He didn't get a good description of the people. As soon as the tag came back and confirmed it was the stolen vehicle, he returned the vehicle but the two people were already gone," said Cpl. Jake Smith with the Gwinnett County Police Department.

    Police said they are working on several theories, but at this point they haven't identified a suspect or a motive.


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