Cold Case - Pamela Jerome-Pepper
|Case #: B-86-016709||Soc.Sec.#: NA||Name: Pamela Jerome-Pepper||Alias: None|
|Race: White||DOB: 02/02/1942||Date: 01/13/1986|
A $20,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person(s) guilty of this crime.
On January 13, 1986 a Department of Environmental Protection Officer discovered the body of Pamela Jerome-Pepper partially buried in the snow on the Bridgeport Hydraulic Company property off of Valley Road in the Town of Redding, Connecticut.
Pamela, a white female with blonde hair, was found naked from the waist down. Pamela was wearing a dark colored wool blend coat, a tan colored turtleneck shirt with maroon and brown stripes, a pair of tan corduroy pants and brown leather boots.
Pamela was last seen on 11/25/1985 in the downtown Bridgeport area.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Connecticut State Police Western District Major Crime Squad at the numbers listed below.
Connecticut State Police
Western District Major Crime Squad
(800) 376-1554, (203) 267-2220
Email: Western District Major Crime Squad