The Christine Guenther Murder

In 1981, a small Western Pennsylvania suburb mourned the loss of a 15-year-old girl. Thirty years later, her peers speak up, insisting on justice. Learn more about this promising young woman, and help us finally put this mystery to rest.

WTAE 10/30/2011

WTAE aired a story on Chris's graveside memorial service on their 6 PM and 11 PM newscast. The story was never uploaded to their website, so we could not link to their story directly. However, someone did record the newscast, which we have uploaded. (We do not claim to own the rights to this story.) Although the actual cast was not uploaded to their site,  a story (in print) did appear on their website the next day.  It was their coverage that prompted msnbc.com to pick up the story.  We have included the video and print story on this page.

Billboard Aims To Shed Light On 30-Year-Old Murder

Family, Friends Hope For New Lead In Christine Guenther Case

McMURRAY, Pa. -- A new billboard is hoping to generate new leads in a 30-year-old murder case.

The billboard, posted at Donaldson's Crossroads Shopping Center in McMurray, has a picture and information about Christine Guenther, who died in 1981.

Guenther was found dead in South Fayette Township in Allegheny County after being reported missing. She was last seen at Donaldson's Crossroads waiting for the bus.

On Sunday, family and friends gathered to remember Guenther at a graveside ceremony. Her loved ones have also created a website, chrisguenthermurder.com with more information.

Read more: http://www.wtae.com/news/29638858/detail.html#ixzz1cWAJQ8D6