WARREN COUNTY, Miss. (WJTV) – It has been more nearly 11 years since Elizabeth Williams was found dead inside her Warren County home.
So far no killer has been found in the 72-year-old woman’s death.
Now her family plans to bring in the help of a private investigator with the hopes of getting justice.
“There’s not a day that goes by that I don’t think about it, sometimes you know I dream about it all night,” Williams’ grandson Kyle Hall said.
Next month will mark 11 years since Williams was found dead inside her Warren County home.
“We got a call from a family member that stated my grandmother’s body had been found,” Hall said. “We later found out that she had been brutally beaten and murdered they thought maybe it was a home invasion, but they weren’t sure.”
Warren County Sheriff Martin Pace says this this case is still under investigation more than a decade after it opened January of 2006.
The family says they plans to hire a private investigator with the hopes of finding the killer.
“This is just our way of getting a second opinion that we feel like we deserve, just to get a fresh new look at it and a fresh take and go over all the specifics and see if we can’t generate something new,” Hall said.
We are told by the Warren County Sheriff’s Department that significant leads were developed early on and now investigators are reevaluating the evidence citing improvements in forensic technology.
“Regardless of the years they receive or whatever, I just I want to see justice. I want to know that if this happens to anyone else in Warren County that there will be justice,” Hall explained.
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