Drawing of Buziak murder suspect released
Published Wednesday, February 4, 2009 9:21AM PST
It has been just over a year since the body of 24-year-old realtor Lindsay Buziak was found inside a house she was showing.
Police say a well-dressed man and woman met Buziak at the home. Her friends say she was hesitant to show the home -- but she went anyway.
Her body was later discovered on the second floor by her boyfriend Jason Zalo. She was been stabbed repeatedly.
On Tuesday, police released this sketch of the woman's face in the hopes that someone will recognize her.
"We know that there are people out there who know something and they're just waiting for the opportune time to talk. We believe now is that time," said Sgt. John Price of the Saanich Police.
Zalo walked police through the home the day after the murder and was interviewed more than once. Police said Tuesday that he is not a suspect.
Police also released a drawing of the skirt or dress they believe the woman was wearing. She's described as being 35 to 40 years old -- with short blonde hair.
The man is described as Caucasian, around six feet tall, with a medium build and dark hair. He was wearing a light to medium-brown jacket and was well dressed.
"There's a killer or killers in our community, somewhere out there lurking around. That doesn't make me happy at all, I'm very frustrated," said Lindsay's father, Jeff Buziak. "I'd like to say [to the person responsible] if you have one ounce of humanity and decency in your being, come and see me. Take responsibility for your actions. Quit being a coward and a worm."
With a report by CTV British Columbia's Reshme Nair.