South Holland police want public’s assistance in investigating homicide

2014-05-12T13:37:00Z 2014-05-12T22:33:53Z South Holland police want public’s assistance in investigating homicideBy Gregory Tejeda Times Correspondent
May 12, 2014 1:37 pm  • 

SOUTH HOLLAND | The Police Department said Monday it needs more public help in trying to solve a murder investigation involving a woman found dead last week inside her house.

Rachael Galbreath, 33, of 16758 State St., was found dead Friday. The Cook County medical examiner’s office said Saturday she died from multiple injuries during an assault, and her death has been ruled a homicide.

Police, along with investigators from the South Suburban Major Crimes Task Force, have spent several days talking to associates and relatives trying to learn anything of significance that could lead to an arrest in the case.

Officials said Monday they still need more information and are hoping someone will come forth with news that could help them better understand what happened.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Police Department at (708) 331-3131.

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