Police seek to question man in Salisbury slaying

September 12, 1991|By Peter Jensen

Salisbury police released yesterday a sketch of another person wanted for questioning in connection with Monday's fatal stabbing of a 17-year-old Salisbury State University student.

Police described him as having curly, strawberry blond hair closely shaved at the sides, 18 to 20 years old and last seen wearing a gray and black print shirt, knee-length shorts and earrings in his left ear.

A spokesman said the man is wanted for questioning and is not a suspect "at this time."

Earlier, investigators put out the call for a woman and a girl who might have witnessed the stabbing of Heather Miller of Glenshaw, Pa., in a women's restroom at Salisbury Mall.

Meanwhile, the Salisbury State University Foundation has added $5,000 to the reward for information leading to an arrest or conviction in the case, bringing the total reward to $11,000.

Services for Miss Miller, who was a freshman at Salisbury State, have been scheduled for 2 p.m. tomorrow at Glenshaw Presbyterian Church in suburban Pittsburgh. Arrangements have been made by Bock Funeral Home Ltd. in Glenshaw.

Miss Miller is survived by her parents, Richard A. Miller and the former Karen A. Schmidt of Glenshaw; and two sisters, Nicole and Melanie, both of Glenshaw.

The family has asked that memorial contributions be sent to the Heather C. Miller Scholarship Fund at Shaler Area High School, 381 Wible Run Road, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15209.

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