Pamela Pepper was murdered over two decades ago and her case remains unsolved.
She was discovered deceased on January 13, 1986 by a Department of Environmental Protection Officer. She was found naked from the waist down, partially buried in snow on the Bridgeport Hydraulic Company, a property off of Valley Road in the town of Redding, Connecticut. She was wearing a dark-colored wool coat, tan-colored turtle-neck with maroon and brown stripes, tan pants and brown leather boots.
Pamela went by the nickname “Pam” and was last seen alive on November 25, 1985 in the downtown Bridgeport, CT area.
Pam was born February 2, 1942 and she was 42 at the time of her murder.
A reward of $20,000 is being offered for information leading to the suspect(s) arrest and conviction.
CASE Number: B-86-016709
Anyone with any information regarding this case is urged to please contact: Connecticut State Police – Western District Major Crime Squad at: 1-800-376-1554 and/or 1-203-267-2220
You can also send an anonymous tip by emailing: Western District Major Crime Squad