Transcript for Philadelphia Mother Found Beaten, Strangled in Cemetery
Now to a murder mystery. A mother of two strangled to death in a park in a quiet neighborhood. Police are hunting for the killer. They say they have no suspects right now and ABC's Reena ninan has the story. Reporter: This morning, the hunt for a nighttime strangler. Philadelphia police now scouring surveillance footage looking for the person who murdered this 46-year-old married mother of two. If anyone saw her jogging or if anyone knows anything or heard anything they should give us a call. Reporter: Connie Murray jogging in a popular park 26 miles north of Philadelphia. Found strangled to death. An autopsy confirming no signs of sexual assault. No signs of trauma and no signs of her killer. There was some minor bruising on her but not even enough to say it was blunt force trauma. Reporter: A neighbor walking her dog says she found Murray in bushes near a recreational center in pennypack park, Pennsylvania. A park frequented by families and young children. I was so shocked, I couldn't believe it. Reporter: Homicide detectives say they have not been able to locate Murray's cell phone or headphones. If we find any DNA it will be uploaded. Reporter: Murray's family says they filed a police report early on Tuesday morning when she went out on her usual night round and didn't return. They're questioning anyone who freak -- freaks the area. They ask women not to walk or jog until they find out what occurred. We'll get a check of the weather with ginger.
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