Mrs. Elizabeth Timmons was murdered at her Seagirt boulevard home in 1992. Police from the 101 Squad are looking to close the books on this case. Anyone with information about the crime is asked to call Detective Wiser or the CRIMESTOPPERS Hotline. All information can be kept confidential and rewards are being offered.
By Joan Ward George
Detectives from the 101 Precinct and the Police Benevolent Association want to close the books on the 1992 murder of Elizabeth Timmons and rewards are being offered for any information about her murder.
Few, if any, clues were to be found at the murder scene of Mrs. Elizabeth Timmons, an 85 year old resident of 20-27 Seagirt boulevard back in 1992. According to police, Mrs. Timmons body was found face down in her bedroom. The medical examiner determined at the time that multiple bunt trauma wounds to her head and face were what caused her death.
Mr. Timmons murder shocked her family, friends and neighbors and the police community. Her husband and son were both deceased police offers at the time of her homicide.
Local detectives are still piecing together some new information that recently came to the forefront of the investigation in the hopes of bringing those responsible for her death to justice.
Anyone with information can call Detective Wiser at the 101 Precinct Detective Squad at 868-3429 or the CRIMESTOPPERS Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS. Information leading to the arrest and indictment of the individual(s) responsible for Mrs. Timmons’ death can lead to a cash reward of up to $1,000 from CRIMESTOPPERS. In addition the PBA is offering a $5,000 reward for clues that will put Mrs. Timmons’ murder(s) behind bars. All information can be kept confidential.