"The abuse of people is not new. Some of the methods and reasons are new. We are also seeing two diabolic stances on the issue and in reality crimes at times are not worked and justice is not met. I have reviewed your report and wish you good luck....
I am sure the results may startle some and confirm to others what is being heard in the therapist's office and in the sanctuaries of churches is true."
~Dr. Dale Griffis, LE expert consultant
"In my opinion, she brings a unique perspective to a topic that many persons in my field [psychology] and, I assume, law enforcement would rather not have to know about, much less treat or investigate."
Sarah Rae Boehm, a fourteen-year-old female teen, was reported missing by her parents on July 14, 1994, to local law enforcement in Beaver County, Pennsylvania. Several months later, on November 4, 1994, Sarah's remains were discovered in the "Berlin Reservoir," located within an Ohio state park, Portage County, Ohio. This rural community in Ohio was located approximately two hours away from the victim's home in Pennsylvania.
Additionally, Kathryn Menendez, another female teen victim, went missing on August 21, 1994, and her nude body was found several days later on an oil road near the "Berlin Reservoir." Kathryn had been strangled to death. Both Sarah and Kathryn's bodies were located approximately 1/2 mile apart in the same Ohio state park. Seventeen-year-old Kathryn was from Portage County, Ohio.
Information is being sought in both cases. Specifically, how Boehm from Pennsylvania ended up murdered in Ohio and information regarding the murder of Menendez. Investigators believe the two cases may be related. The FBI from both Pennsylvania and Ohio have been working closely with local law enforcement from Portage County, Ohio, as well as Beaver County, Pennsylvania.
IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION CONCERNING THESE TWO CASES, PLEASE CONTACT YOUR LOCAL FBI OFFICE OR THE NEAREST AMERICAN EMBASSY OR CONSULATE.