NC Wanted: Search continues in Fuquay-Varina's only unsolved murder
Posted September 26, 2015
Fuquay-Varina, N.C. — Sandra Thomas, 41, was found on the side of the road four years ago with wounds all over her body.
Police continues to garner theories as to what happened, but no arrest has been made. It remains Fuquay-Varina’s only unsolved murder.
“This was a malicious killing and it has to stop,” said Thomas’ cousin, Geraldine Jones.
A passerby found Thomas’ body on the side of Lawrence Street on March 29, 2011.
“She was an angel in disguise, really,” said Thomas’ cousin, Tommy Davis. “She really came into a room and lit the room up.”
The medical examiner said Thomas suffered several injuries to her head, torso, arms and legs, suggesting she was either dragged or thrown from a moving vehicle.
“We are still waiting, we are still watching,” Jones said. “It is hard; not knowing is the hard part.”
Thomas’ family has been patient but is still demanding for answers, and an arrest.
“Justice needs to be served, justice needs to be done,” said Thomas’ friend, Ebony Banks. “A life is not yours to take.”
If you have any information about the unsolved murder of Tomas call the toll-free hotline at 1-866-439-WANTED (2683).
There is a $5,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in Thomas’ case.