‘I have hope’: Texas AG’s office helping investigate murder of Jennifer Sue Delgado
, 2022-09-28 23:01:00,
San Antonio police have exhausted all credible leads in the more than 30-year-old case.
SAN ANTONIO — The Texas Attorney General’s Office is now reviewing the decades-old cold case of Jennifer Sue Delgado, who was murdered at a laundromat on June 6, 1988.
Christopher Palmer often thinks about his friend and classmate at Westwood Terrace Elementary from more than 30 years ago. He remembers Jennifer’s smile and red Mexican dress she often wore.
“As the years go by it’s been so long it’s hard to remember the sound of her voice. I’m so glad we have our class pictures. I’ve got the little Valentine card that she gave me that I still keep here nearby,” Palmer said.
Since 2001, Palmer has kept Jennifer’s story alive through vigils and a host of public awareness campaigns.
He founded the Jennifer Sue Delgado Memorial Foundation and has worked with the City of San Antonio to install signage in her name across the street from where she was attacked.
Police are working off a sketch of an unidentified suspect who randomly stabbed Jennifer and her mother at a laundromat after getting upset over a faulty vending machine. Jennifer’s mother survived the attack.
In April, Palmer…
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