On the day she buried her 15-year-old daughter, Sandra Wesselman made a silent promise: to never let the search for her killer be forgotten.
“I didn’t know that was going to be a lifetime process,” Wesselman said in 2011, two-and-a-half decades after Kristina Wesselman was found raped and stabbed in a field near their suburban Chicago home.
The mother can now put her vow to rest.
On Sunday, authorities announced that they’d caught the suspected killer: a 62-year-old man who lived 150 miles south of the crime scene.
The big break came on Sept. 10, when investigators “obtained new information” on the case…
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