NORWICH, Conn. (AP) — Norwich police are hoping a new $25,000 reward and a billboard message will help them solve the killing of a mother of two.
Twenty-six-year-old Jaclyn Wirth was shot to death in her apartment on East Baltic Street on Dec. 14, 2011. Her two young sons were home at the time but weren't hurt. Police say the killer fired the shots through the front door from outside.
The message on the billboard at West Main and North High streets shows a photo of Wirth and her sons and information about the reward. It also says, "Who shot our mommy?" The reward is for information that leads to a conviction.
Police believe there are people with information about the killing who haven't come forward.
The boys are now living with relatives.
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