Crime Stoppers: Can you solve the 1993 murder of Jillian Fuller?
It was just over 22 years ago that Jillian Fuller was violently killed.
Vancouver Police continue to hold out hope that someone will come forward with information that will help them with the case.
“The toll that my sister’s death has caused my family over the last twenty years is truly immeasurable,” wrote her sister Jane on the 20-year anniversary of her death.
“It cast a dark cloud on our family that has never been lifted. Her loss has left a deep wound in all our lives, and the fact that her killer was never found means that wound will always be unhealed.”
It was on March 4, 1993 that Fuller died at the age of 28. She was last seen at the Fraser Arms Hotel at 1:30 a.m., leaving the pub with a man.
Just hours later, police responded to a massive fire in Fuller’s apartment on Granville street near 70th Avenue. When they got to her residence, they found her body inside. They believe she died as a result of a violent assault, and the fire was started to try and cover up her murder.
The person Fuller left the bar with that night is described as being in his late 20’s, with an olive complexion and short dark hair. He was of average height, with thick eyebrows and was wearing a blue shirt.
If you have any information on this case, or who that person is, you’re asked to call police. If you wish to remain anonymous, visit BCCrimeStoppers.com or call 1-800-222-8477.
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