Family hopes for a breakthrough in Warsaw cold case
The family of a slain Warsaw woman is reaching out to the community to help police solve a cold case two years later.
“God, I just hope somebody can think back and notice something odd about somebody,” said Howard Gibbs, Sarah’s father.
Howard made another emotional plea for justice two years after the life of his daughter was taken too soon.
“We really want to see the person responsible for this be brought to justice right now they’re still walking the streets of Warsaw,” he said.
The case has run cold in Warsaw.
Michiana Crimestoppers recently increased the cash reward for anyone with information.
The helpful tipster could earn $10,000 if their lead helps police arrest of the person(s) responsible for the home arson and homicide of Sarah Gibbs back in 2014.
“If anybody saw her having some verbal altercation or even looking like she was sweet on somebody it could really point some light,” said Howard.
Howard says for now, he’s trying to find the light in her memory.
He’s literally making night lights to remind himself Sarah is always there.
“I did want to tailor it so it was a memorial to Sarah,” he said.