It’s now been 28 years since Susan Taraskiewicz was found murdered, but Massachusetts State Police said Monday their determination to find her killer or killers is “as fierce today as it ever was.”

On September 13, 1992, Taraskiewicz left work at Logan Airport, where she was a ramp crew chief for Northwest Airlines, to get sandwiches for her co-workers. She never came back to work or to her home in Saugus.

The next day, she was found dead, beaten and stabbed, in the trunk of her car, which had been left outside an auto repair shop on Route 1A in Revere. Police think she was killed somewhere else and her body was driven to the shop.

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