Police Need Your Help Finding This Woman’s Killer

The Wilmington Police Department’s Cold Case Unit is asking for the assistance of the public in connection to the 2013 murder of Samantha Neuwein.

On July 12, 2013, police responded to the 300 block of Shipley Street, and located 35-year-old Samantha Neuwein in her apartment suffering from multiple wounds. Investigators determined that she had been bludgeoned and stabbed inside her apartment above her family’s appliance business. She spent the next 16 days in a coma before succumbing to her injuries.

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This investigation remains ongoing, and investigators are asking the public for assistance.

Anyone with information about this investigation, or any other cold case, is encouraged to contact the WPD Cold Case Unit:

The Cold Case Unit office can be reached at (302) 576-3619
Investigator Robert Partlow can be reached at (302) 650-3967 or [email protected]
ATF Special Agent Veronica Hnat can be reached at (302) 275-0369 or [email protected]

You can also provide information to Delaware Crime Stoppers at ‪1-800-TIP-3333 or ‪delawarecrimestoppers.org.

The Wilmington Police Department’s Cold Case Unit is part of the department’s Criminal Investigations Division, and includes WPD cold case investigators and an agent with the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF).

The Unit typically handles cases that have remained unsolved after a year, and after all investigative leads have been exhausted by the primary investigator. Members of the Cold Case Unit work tirelessly to pursue new leads in these cases, and to deliver justice to the families of those who have been affected by crime.