The Unsolved Murder of Angie Barlow
On the evening of February 17th, 2000, Angie Barlow walked out of her apartment in New York City to go meet her friends at the local bar. She never made it there, and she was never seen again. Police suspected that her death was caused by foul play, but they were never able to make any arrests related to the case. To this day, the murder of Angie Barlow remains unsolved. Here are five things you need to know about this mysterious unsolved murder.
A short biography of her
Angie Barlow was an American citizen who went missing on the night of February 10, 1987. The last time she was seen alive, she had been at a bar called Smitty’s in Manhattan with friends. When it closed at 2 am, they walked to their car and realized they had left the keys inside. On their way back to retrieve them, they noticed that Angie was no longer with them.
They searched for her but couldn’t find her anywhere near the area where they parked their car and eventually reported her missing to police.
Angie’s body was found on March 15th by an off-duty policeman who was driving through some woods just outside of Manhattan when he spotted her remains under a pile of leaves.
On October 1, 1988, a sixteen-year-old girl named Angie Barlow was found dead in the ravine near her home. The case has been unsolved for 27 years, but a recent tip may hold the key to finally solving it. On October 1, 1988, 16-year-old Angie Barlow was found dead in the ravine near her house. Her death was ruled an accident by police at first because they thought she accidentally fell down the hill and died as a result. still have no idea who killed Angie, so I’m posting this story online in hopes someone will come forward with information. Who Killed Angie Barlow?
Why it’s important to solve this murder now
Angie Barlow was a mother who was brutally murdered in her home while the children were at school. The case has been unsolved for over twenty years and it’s time to bring closure to this family.
1) The person responsible for her death is still out there and could be hurting others.
2) Her children have not been able to heal from the trauma.
3) Her husband doesn’t know how she died or what happened to her, which has caused him tremendous pain over the years.
4) This is an opportunity for someone in the community, who might have heard something or seen something, to come forward with information that could provide closure to this family and help solve a crime that would have otherwise gone unsolved.
Angie Barlow was born on March 14th, 1979. She grew up on North Main Street in South Bend, Indiana and attended Adams Elementary School before going to Emerson Middle School. At Emerson Middle School she played basketball for three seasons. After graduating from Emerson Middle School, she attended Bishop Luers High School where she became a member of the Alpha Delta Pi sorority before graduating with honors as valedictorian of her class in 1997.
Angie Barlow is a woman who was murdered in 2009. Her body was found in the woods near her home, and she had been shot twice in the head. Her husband, Carl Barlow, also died of gunshot wounds less than a year later.
Angie’s death was ruled as a homicide and is still unsolved to this day. The case has remained open for eight years now with no new leads or updates on the case. It is unknown whether it will be closed anytime soon because there are not any new leads or evidence to follow up on. In 2009, when Angie was killed, DNA samples were taken from both crime scenes.
That way if someone ever wanted to do anything suspicious, their DNA would be on file and match up with what they left behind at one of the two crime scenes. But there are only two DNA samples available right now; those belonging to Carl Barlow and Angie Barlow. If somebody else left DNA at either crime scene then they could not find them even if they tried hard enough without more samples.
Since 2011, officials have gone back out into the forest where Angie was killed three times looking for more clues but have found nothing so far.
How Can We Get Involved
It’s been twenty years since the unsolved murder of Angie Barlow and her family. In that time, many people have come forward with new theories, but without a culprit it becomes hard to move on. If you think you know who killed Angie or her family and want to get involved, please contact the police department (number below).
They are still actively investigating this case, and would love any assistance they can get. Please, if you know anything about the death of Angie Barlow, please get in touch with your local law enforcement as soon as possible. In 1994, 16-year-old Angie Barlow was found dead in her living room. She had been stabbed multiple times and had suffered from blunt force trauma injuries to the head and torso.
Alongside her was 14-year-old Laura who had also been stabbed repeatedly; she died a day after the attack took place. There were no signs of forced entry into their home so what happened? The killer could be anybody – friends, family members or someone else entirely.
You might be wondering why this case is being publicized 20 years later when all hope for finding a suspect has long gone cold, but we’re not giving up hope just yet!