Titusville Murder Persons of Interest Sought "At This Hour"
TITUSVILLE, Florida — The Titusville Police Department continues to build upon its investigation into the murder of 62-year-old Benjamin Wojenski whose body was discovered the morning of December 12, 2012 in his residence on Cherrywood Lane in Titusville, Florida.
While the investigation has moved forward, Titusville Police said in a press release that they are “methodically getting a better picture of what took place and the circumstances surrounding it. Public information has been, and remains, invaluable to us. The Investigation continues and persons of interest are still being sought at this hour.”
Titusville Police say that they believe that there still exist people who likely have information regarding this crime and have yet to come forward or possibly realize their information is valuable.
On December 13, 2012, Wojenski’s white Corvette was discovered by the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office. The vehicle was occupied by Amanda Lee Blair, age 24, who was arrested by the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office on unrelated charges.
Subsequently, a warrant was issued in Brevard County for the arrest of Blair for 2nd Degree Murder and Grand Theft. Blair was then arrested on that warrant.
The Titusville Police Department believes that there are people out there with information pertinent to this investigation. The investigation remains ongoing.
The Titusville Police Department requests that anyone with information about the death of Benjamin Wojenski contact the Titusville Police Department at 321-264-7800. Callers can also provide anonymous tips to Crimeline at 407-423-TIPS.
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