Family of Murdered Queens Runner Vetrano Seeks Help from Psychics - NBC New York

Family of Murdered Queens Runner Vetrano Seeks Help from Psychics

Asks for help from those who 'see beyond the living'

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    Parents of Slain NYC Runner Make Unusual Offer to Killer

    More than 1,000 people turned out for a memorial walk at the Queens park where a woman was found dead after leaving for a run earlier this month. The victim's parents urged the killer to turn himself in and even offered him reward money. Michael George reports. (Published Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2016)

    The family of Karina Vetrano, the Queens woman murdered while out for a run earlier this month, is seeking supernatural help to find her killer. 

    "WE are open to any help from people that see beyond the living," Phil Vetrano said in a post on the GoFundMe page the family is using to raise money for a reward.
    "Anyone with thoughts or visions please don't hesitate to come forward."
    More than 1,000 people turned out Wednesday for a memorial walk, two weeks to the day after searchers, led by her father, found the woman's body in the marshy overgrowth of the Gateway National Recreation Area near Jamaica Bay.
    The NYPD still has no solid leads in the sexual assault and strangling of the 30-year-old. The reward fund has raised more than $255,000 to date. 

    "WE are open to any help from people that see beyond the living," Phil Vetrano said in a post on the GoFundMe page the family is using to raise money for a reward.

    "Anyone with thoughts or visions please don't hesitate to come forward."

    More than 1,000 people turned out Wednesday for a memorial walk, two weeks to the day after searchers, led by her father, found the woman's body in the marshy overgrowth of the Gateway National Recreation Area near Jamaica Bay.

    The NYPD still has no solid leads in the sexual assault and strangling of the 30-year-old. The reward fund has raised more than $255,000 to date. 

    Phil Vetrano has taken the unusual step of offering to let the killer direct where the reward money goes if he turns himself in to police. 

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