NEW HAVEN, Connecticut — New Haven police have scheduled a public forum in an effort to develop new leads in the unsolved killing of Yale University student Suzanne Jovin in 1998.
The meeting is set for Wilbur Cross High School at 6 p.m. Thursday, which is the 16th anniversary of Jovin's death.
The New Haven Register reports (http://bit.ly/120XFti ) that police are asking anyone with information, no matter how trivial it seems, to come forward.
There's still a $150,000 reward being offered by the state and Yale for information leading to the killer's conviction.
Jovin was a 21-year-old political science major from Goettingen, Germany. Her body was found with 17 stab wounds slumped on a curb in the East Rock neighborhood, about two miles from where she was last seen on campus that day.
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