On the 10th anniversary of the murder of 24-year old Lindsay Buziak, investigators continue to search for a much-needed break in the case.
On Thursday, Saanich Police issued a statement saying they remain committed to solving the now decade-old murder case and believe there are people out there who could provide the clues they need.
“We believe multiple persons have personal and first-hand knowledge regarding the murder of Lindsay Buziak and have withheld this information from police,” the statement reads.
“After 10-years of work, we regret that success has not been achieved to date in our investigation.”
The body of the realtor was found in an upstairs bedroom of a vacant $1-million Gordon Head home she had been showing on Feb. 2, 2008.
Police say she was lured there by an unknown couple and then stabbed multiple times.
No one has ever been arrested in connection with her murder.
For the past eight years, her father Jeff Buziak has travelled from Calgary to Victoria to hold a Walk for Justice to ensure Lindsay’s murder is not forgotten.
This year, it will be held on Friday, Feb. 2 at 10 a.m., starting at the gates of the Royal Oak Burial Park and making its way 17 kilometers to the Saanich Municipal Hall. Everyone is welcome.
A notice for the Walk of Honour includes a message from Buziak’s father, family and friends saying they have never given up hope that one day her murderers will be brought to justice.