Saturday, January 30, 2010

DuPage Will Not Work With Citizens to Solve Murders

By Greg Miller
Investigative Reporter

DuPage County Sheriff's Department refuses to work with citizens who want to see the murders of two victims of homicide. Lorraine F. Beize and Kristina Wesselman were young girls who were murdered in 1982 and 1985. Both of these murders were done in cold blood and remained unsolved to this day.

DuPage County Sheriff's Department, Detective Ed Walls said he will not disclose any information that could lead to an arrest for these homicides. The DuPage County Sheriff's Department Media Relations Office had no information about the murders.

It is the goal of this blog to promote awareness of these heinous murders in hopes that new evidence will become available for the sake of victims, victims families and justice.

To leave information about these murders call (217) 960-1662.

Monday, January 25, 2010

Kristina Wesselman

Age 15

Date of homicide: July 22, 1985

Kristina Wesselman was reported missing by her mother on July 21, 1985. Her body was found the next day in Glen Ellyn, just off a dirt path located between a Jewel Food Store on Route 56 and Route 53 and the Valley View subdivision. It is believed she was on her way home from the Jewel food store when she was attacked.

Her murder remains unsolved.

Lorraine F. Beize

Age 21

Date of homicide: August 31, 1982

The body of Lorraine Beize was found near the Chicago Central and Pacific railroad tracks in unincorporated Wayne Township by the Pratt's Wayne Woods Forest Preserve. She had been sexually assaulted and strangled. Her murder remains unsolved.