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Family of woman murdered in 09 seeks publics help

by: Courtesy of PPB Jeanine Toth was murdered in September 2009. Her family is asking the public to help find the killer.

The family of a 50-year-old woman murdered two years ago in Portland on Wednesday pleaded with the public to help find the killer.

Police are providing a $1,000 reward through Crime Stoppers (503-823-4357) for information that leads to the killer of Jeanine Toth.

Police discovered Toth's body in her North Fressenden Street apartment on Sept. 8, 2009. She had been stabbed to death. No suspect has yet been named.

'A murder is still on the streets. If not for our family, if you know anything, please tell the police for your family's sake,' said Pauli Bailey, Toth's youngest sister.

Two other sisters also spoke at the press conference, along with Toth's mother, Sally Schrage, and stepfather, Vern.

'We just want closure on this,' said Schrage.

A nurse, Toth was on disability at the time of her death.