May 2, 2014 7:09 PM by Andy Koen
COLORADO SPRINGS - The mother of a murdered college student hopes that someone in our community will remember something that could help the police catch her daughter's killer.
Pam Lively says her 20-year old daughter Angelina Sicola was the girl with the bright eyes and infectious laugh.
"Her giggle is what I miss the most," Lively said. "She has an amazing sense of humor."
The Palmer Ridge High School graduate was studying for a degree in communications at UCCS. Lively said she was passionate about Tae-Kwon-Do and committed to her studies.
"Her professor was shocked when she didn't show up on May 1 for her conference on a paper she was working on."
A year ago today, officers with the Colorado Springs Police Department found her strangled body inside an apartment on Half Turn Circle.
"We've interviewed a lot of people, we've done a lot of search warrants and collected a lot of evidence that has been processed," said Lt. Adrian Vasquez.
So far, they don't have any suspects. Vasquez hopes by putting the story back in the public eye, it might jog the memories of those who knew Angie best.
"One of the things that we really have a need for is information on who she, anybody she may have had contact with the week prior, and maybe even 2 weeks prior."
He says any tip, no matter how insignificant it may seem, could be the missing clue that leads them to the killer and brings closure to Angie's family.
Anyone who remembers about something out of place from the weeks immediately prior to Angie's death are encourage to call the Colorado Springs Police at 719-444-7000.
Anonymous tips can be made by calling the Pikes Peak Area Crime Stoppers tip line at 634-STOP (7867.) Tips that lead to a felony arrest may be eligible for a cash reward.
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