On 11th anniversary of the unsolved murder of Lindsay Buziak, many call for justice

On 11th anniversary of the unsolved murder of Lindsay Buziak, many call for justice

WATCH: On a day that marks 11-years since a local realtor was stabbed to death in a Saanich home. Today, friends and family of Lindsay Buziak were out walking in her memory, calling for justice. Kori Sidaway reports. 

Jeff Buziak and about 30 others from the Saanich community are walking in memory of a gruesome murder that happened over a decade ago today.

“She was stabbed over 40 times, had her throat slit and was left to die in the master bedroom. And here we are 11 years later with no answers,” said Jeff Buziak.

Lindsay Buziak was stabbed to death in a Saanich house in 2008. Police believe the 24-year-old real estate agent was lured to the Gordon Head home by people acting as prospective buyers before being brutally murdered.

But eleven years after her death, there still have been no arrests.

“Since then we have been working diligently to try and resolve this and solve this homicide,” said Saanich Police’s information officer Sargeant Julie Fast.

“We still have an active and ongoing open investigation involving her. We’re very very committed to solving this.”

But Lindsay’s father says going 11 years with her killer free, has been excruciating.

“Well, I think what’s happening right now is the message out there is that you can kill a woman and get away with it,” said Jeff Buziak.

And those walking in remembrance of Lindsay, say that until justice is served, they feel a little less safe in their neighborhood.

“I just want to keep my family safe,” said Anicka, who was attending the walk with her mom.

“Everybody knows about this case and it’s been going on for a long time. I think that if justice was served, it would do a lot for the community,” added Anicka’s mom Ashley Martin.

Police still believe someone has first-hand knowledge of Lindsay’s murder, but they’ve yet to speak with law enforcement.

“We know somebody knows what happened to her,” said Sargeant Fast.

“If you have that information we ask that you please come forward. We’re going to continue this until we solve it.”

Anyone with information is asked to call Saanich Police at 250- 475-4321 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

Kori SidawayKori Sidaway

Recent Stories

Send us your news tips and videos!