SHAKER HEIGHTS, Ohio - Police officers were at the scene Sunday where a woman was murdered in her home a few weeks ago.
Police would not say what they were investigating at the Oliver House Apartments, at 3715 Warrensville Center Road, throughout the afternoon.
"No information will be released until the chief returns on Tuesday," said the dispatcher who fielded several calls from the NewsChannel 5 newsroom.
The apartment building is where the body of Sharon Anderson-Norfus was discovered on May 5. She died from asphyxia by strangulation.
Anderson-Norfus, 60, worked at Saks Fifth Avenue in Beachwood. Neighbors described her as a nice person, who kept to herself.
Since her murder, neighbors have been on edge. This is the first murder case in Shaker Heights since 2006, and it remains unsolved. Sunday night neighbors told us they hoped the police activity where they live means a suspect has been arrested.
Earlier this month, Police Chief D. Scott Lee told newsnet5.com he was hoping anyone with information would come forward to investigators. Chief Lee said had said whatever anyone may have seen "might not have been important to them at the time, but it could be important to us."
Keep checking back on newsnet5.com for more developments as they happen.
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