CONSTANTINE, Mich., — It’s a mystery that’s haunted the small village of Constantine since November 8, 2007: Who killed Jodi Parrack?
The 11-year-old girl had been on her way home from her friend’s house when she disappeared. Parrack’s mother filed a police report when the girl didn’t make it home that evening. A few hours later, the girl’s bike and body were found in a nearby cemetary.
Constantine Police Chief Jim Bedell is still working the case along with a cold case team comprised of three members of the Michigan State Police. Investigators have had more than 15-hundred tips and interviewed more than 1,000 people, but still no arrests.
Chief Bedell believes they will find Jodi’s killer and bring them to justice.
“I’m confident that eventually it’s going to happen,” he told FOX 17. “We’re pretty close-knit, people stick together and they want this solved.”
If you have any information that could help the case, you’re asked to call Silent Observer or the cold case team directly at 269-435-1072.