A collection of LNP | LancasterOnline articles from 2002 through 2017 on unsolved homicides in Lancaster County.
Here is a list of unsolved homicides in Lancaster County dating back to 1992.
Vince Mirack doesn’t want his sister forgotten.
The 1968 Camaro SS sitting in Darren Pitch's garage reminds him of his older brother every day.
For the first time in 25 years, Vince Mirack could look at the face of his sister’s killer.
Investigators hope new DNA technology will identify the man who brutally killed 25-year-old Christy Mirack in 1992.
Fifteen years after Victor “Shorty” Melendez Jr. was gunned down on a city street, Lancaster police still have little information about his killer.
Lancaster County’s top prosecutor has empaneled a grand jury for only the fifth time in history here to investigate homicide cases that have g…
State police seek public assistance in search for mother of "Baby Allison," found dead Dec. 29, 2003, at a Strasburg Township school.
The killings of Roxanne Myers and Juanita Chevalier - who, police say, were prostitutes - still without charges, or a suspect, three decades later.
When the Juan Lopez murder went down in 2007, Lancaster city Detective George Bonilla was assigned to the case.
The family of Juan Lopez are still grieving over his bloody murder six years ago in his city check-cashing business. Police need fresh leads to solve the case.
Can you help solve this murder? Police and the public want to know.
It's a crime that may never be solved.
Whoever killed 83-year-old Erma Kaylor a year ago inside her Lancaster city home has yet to face the music.
A quarter-century after Carrie Marshall was stabbed to death, her survivors endure the frustration and pain of knowing the killer hasn't been caught.
A big, blue Nash sedan. A rouge-stained handkerchief. A chinchilla lap robe. A gangster found in a torched car at a New Jersey dump.
Not all homicide cases turn cold because of uncooperative witnesses. Others defy resolution for entirely different reasons.
EDITOR'S NOTE: This story was originally published in February 2011. Click here for updates.
Leo Bahn said a strange thing to his daughter, Donna, a few weeks before he was murdered in 1983.
PHILADELPHIA — Lindy Biechler’s killer should be nervous today.
For the third time in local history, an investigating grand jury has been convened in Lancaster County.