Friends and family gathered in Scottsdale Wednesday night to mark one year since a Scottsdale woman was brutally murdered in her home. After all this time there have been no arrests in the murder case of Allison Feldman.
— Kim Tobin (@KimABC15) February 18, 2016
Scottsdale police spoke at the vigil and said Feldman's murder case is their top priority and they believe they will solve it.
Allison's parents Harvey and Elayne Feldman addressed the crowd. They read the poem they wrote for Allison's birthday.
"There is no pain like losing a child," Elayne Feldman said.
Feldman, 31, was a medical sales representative. She was found dead inside her Scottsdale home from blunt force trauma.
Police have DNA samples but have not matched them to a killer.
"In our world, she's gone and he's still out there," said Feldman's close friend Amanda. "We want justice."
Feldman's boyfriend was very emotional at the vigil. He denied our request for an interview.
Silent Witness is offering a $10,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest.