Family of Karen Soucie Seeks Information on the 20th Anniversary of Her Death

November 3, 2020 marks the 20th anniversary of the discovery of Ms. Karen Soucie’s body. Karen’s family, along with Hampden District Attorney Anthony Gulluni, are asking the public for their help in providing information that would assist law enforcement in bringing closure to her family and the perpetrator to justice.

 Karen was found in her apartment at 22 Berkshire Street, Springfield, MA on November 3, 2000. The cause of death was determined to be blunt trauma, the perpetrator of this crime has never been identified.

After noticing Karen’s car had not been moved for two days nor her mail being collected, her landlord entered her apartment and found her deceased body in her bathroom. 

Ms. Soucie was a mother of two children and worked at Milton Bradley at the time of her death, those close to her described her as a quiet person and hard worker. She has a large family who remain devastated by her death and steadfast in their quest to find the person responsible for the murder.

On this, the 20th anniversary of Ms. Soucie’s death, Karen’s family along with Hampden District Attorney Anthony Gulluni are asking the public for their help. They are asking for anyone with any information to come forward at this time, no detail is too small and all leads will be explored.  If you have any information, you are asked to call the Springfield Police Department’s Homicide Unit at (413) 787-6355 or anonymously utilize Text-a-Tip by texting the word CRIMES (2-7-4-6-3-7) and type the world SOLVE followed by the information.

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