State Police Seek Public's Help in Solving Six-Month-Old Murder
Indiana State Police are asking the public for help in finding items that may have been discarded along roadsides, in ditches, and in wooded areas by the killer of an 85-year-old retired Sullivan County farmer nearly six months ago.
Lowell Badger of Merom was found shot to death in his bedroom on December 7th of last year.
Police are most interested in suspicious items found in the area of State Road 154 West of US 41 and north, with special attention to areas around West County Road 350 North.
Some of the items you should look for are gloves, tools, knives, and firearms.
Two items detectives are searching for are a safe and a black 46" Sony Bravia LCD television taken from Badger's home.
The safe is a gray, older model about 2 feet square and 3½ feet high.