NC Wanted: Search continues for suspects in Durham murder case
Posted March 26, 2016
Durham, N.C. — A woman was beaten and strangled to death in Durham on June 30, 2010. Officials said a prison crew stumbled across her body, wrapped in plastic along Olde Oxford Highway.
Dental records identified the woman as Wanda Spence, 43, who had been missing for a week. She was last seen June 23 at the corner of Juniper and North Hyde Park in Durham.
Investigators said Spence was prostituting herself to fund a drug habit. Authorities also said they believe she was killed by at least two people at a different location and dumped along the highway
“You could do it, it’s easy to do it,” said angler Ronnie Perry. “It’s just a tragedy, man.”
Law enforcement went back to the neighborhood near Spence’s home, passing out fliers and knocking on doors.
Officials said there is a possible suspect, but not enough evidence to make an arrest.
Anyone with information regarding Spence’s murder is asked to call the NC Wanted hotline at 1-866-439-2683. There is a cash reward for information leading to an arrest.