A 19 year old cold case is renewed by the Cherokee county sheriff's department and the K-B-I.
the sheriff's department wants to take a deeper look into the case of Jennifer Judd -- found murdered in her home.
koam's Zach Fletcher tells us how the department and family members are looking at the case and hoping to gain justice for Jennifer and her family.
"it's something that takes you by surprise and it just...it ruins your whole life."
Debbie Bryan describes the nineteen years of void following the murder of her daughter Jennifer.
Jennifer was murdered -- stabbed multiple times in this Baxter springs Kansas duples on may 11th 1992.
"there's volumes and volumes of information associated with this case and we're really in the initial stages of going through that and kind of sifting through that and see what's there.
with the Cherokee county sheriff's department looking at the case in-depth, sheriff David groves says they are looking at technology that wasn't available 19-years-ago to help piece the case together.
another plus side of the renewal of the case is some of the officers and deputies are still in law enforcement.
"this case is still important. We are going to take a new look at it and it will develop as it develops. We're just going to take a new look at it and see what we can come up with and hopefully in the end that results in justice."
through faith in god, Debbie says she never lost hope to find justice for Jennifer.
"he can take care of this in his own way, his own time and I believe that he will. He's always been with us and I know he's still with us. And just like this all coming up again it's just like he's opening up the door and saying I'm still there, still have it under control."
Bryan says even though it may take more time, she wants to be able to see her daughter's killer face-to-face.
"I would like to think I could look the person in the eye and say why did you do this to Jennifer?"
while the sheriff's department has a lot of evidence, they still want your help in this case.
they ask that if you have any information regarding the murder of Jennifer Judd, to contact the department or call the K-B-I at 800-ks-crime.
sheriff groves says it doesn't matter how small you think your tip may be, it could mean a bigger break in the case.