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Who killed Karina Vetrano?

HOWARD BEACH, Queens – Thursday marks six months since the vicious murder of a woman who was attacked while jogging in Howard Beach, Queens, and the case remains unsolved. Read more

Karina Vetrano’s Killer May Have Been Regular At Park Where She Was Murdered

The NYPD is hoping for new leads from the public to help them find the killer of a 30-year-old jogger in Queens. Read more

NYPD Has Received 104 Tips Over Murder of Queens Jogger Karina Vetrano

Cops have received 104 tips from people about the unsolved murder of Karina Vetrano, who was beaten, strangled and sexually assaulted while jogging in Queens, officials said Thursday. Read more

New Video Shows Slain Jogger Karina Vetrano Moments Before Her Death In Howard Beach

This is the final photo of jogger Karina Vetrano, taken just before she was beaten and strangled in a Queens park. Read more

NYPD Searching For Man Seen In Area Where Karina Vetrano Was Slain

Cops released a sketch Wednesday of a man they want to question in connection with the rape and murder of a young woman who was killed while jogging in Howard Beach. Read more

NYPD Installs Cameras Near Where Karina Vetrano Was killed

The NYPD has installed several security cameras around the Queens park where jogger Karina Vetrano was strangled and possibly sexually assaulted earlier this month, officials said. Read more

Reward Rises To $300G For Info on Killing of Karina Vetrano

The reward for information about the death of a jogger brutally murdered blocks from her Queens home has grown to nearly $300,000. Read more

Family of Karina Vetrano To Retrace Her Final Steps

The family of slain Queens jogger Karina Vetrano is retracing her final footsteps Tuesday evening to mark the two weeks since her as-yet unsolved rape and murder. Read more

NYPD: Investigators Recover DNA From Slain Queens Jogger Karina Vetrano

Investigators have successfully recovered DNA from the 30-year-old jogger slain while running alone through a Queens park last week but haven’t been able to match it to anyone so far, police sources said Tuesday. Read more