It was March 6, 2005 ago when Fort Worth resident Bobbie Sue Hill went missing. But even after the body of the 29-year old mother of four was found, investigators were left with very little clues to work with, and her murder went unsolved.
Now, almost 10 years later, the Parker County Sheriff’s Office and the Texas Rangers are seeking information related to the homicide in which Hill was found wrapped in plastic and dumped in a creek on Jenkins Road near Aledo, Texas.
Hill is believed to have been taken from the city’s east side, then killed and dumped in Parker County.
The Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s Office ruled Hill's death was a result of strangulation. The composite drawings of a person investigators wish to speak with regarding the case are based on a witness description and have been modified for age progression over the past decade.
According to the Weatherford Democrat, neither the sheriff’s office or Texas Rangers have received any new information or details regarding the death of Hill. But they wanted to get the photo of a person of interest out into the public because the 10 year anniversary of the homicide is approaching.
Anyone who may have information regarding this case or who recognizes the person or vehicle depicted in the composite drawings is encouraged to contact Sgt. Ricky Montgomery with the Parker County Sheriff’s Office at 817-594-8845 or Texas Ranger James Holland at 940-627-3917.
Callers with information may remain anonymous by calling the Parker County Crime Stoppers hotline at 817-599-5555. Crime Stoppers will pay up to a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and indictment of the suspect(s) involved in this case.
Details for this story were reported by The Weatherford Democrat