If you are from Connecticut and/or find yourself curious about the statistics and data regarding the number of murders in Connecticut by year, multiple law enforcement and investigating agencies, federal, state, and local, offer reports and statistics on their websites. in addition, the Federal Bureau of Investigation shares a Uniform Crime Report annually which comprehensively explains the crimes, crime rates, and locations of crimes in every state, county, and city in the United States, including Connecticut.
According to Project: Cold Case, there are around 1,777 unsolved murders in Connecticut dating from 1980 to 2019. Diving further into this information, according to the same page, from 1965 to 2019, there were roughly 6,644 murders in Connecticut, and as years passed, around 3,867 of those murders were solved or saw justice, leaving roughly 1,777 unsolved murders in Connecticut alone. Below are examples of some of the murders included in this data that remain unsolved to this day.
Some of the unsolved murders in northern Connecticut include the 2016 murder of Greg Renshaw Jr., the 1998 murder of Agnieszka “Agnes” Ziemlewski, and the 1995 murder of Leah Ulbrich, along with many others. Some unsolved central Connecticut murders include the 2004 murder of William “Billy” Smolinski Jr., the 1997 murder of Therea Wilson, and the 1996 murder of Champaben Patel, among others. Some unsolved murders in Hartford, Connecticut, include the 2005 murder of Edward Bell Jr., the 2005 murder of Dante Davis, the 2008 murder of Jakeem Tully, and the 1995 murder of Leah Ulbrich, among others. Finally, a few unsolved murders in Hartford County, Connecticut, include the 1985 murder of Carmen DeLuca, the 1987 murder of Marie Techlowec Nielsen, the 2007 murder of Javed Akhtar, and the 1996 murder of Anita Patel, among many others.