In a harrowing story from Atlanta, a woman and her dog were brutally murdered while exercising. The 40-year-old victim Katherine Janness was called “the love of her life” by her fiancé Emma Clark. The Atlanta police have announced a $ 10,000 reward for evidence of the murder.

Janness had told her fiancé that she would be going for a walk on Tuesday night. When she didn’t return for hours, Clark tracked Janness’s cell phone only to find her body with her dog in nearby Piedmont Park.

“She was the smartest, kindest, most humble and beautiful person I have ever known. I wanted to spend every second with her. Today I lost the love of my life and my baby. It was tragic, “wrote Clark on Facebook.

” My heart is so broken; my world will never be the same again. Thank you to everyone who got in touch. It’s really appreciated. ”

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According to Clark’s father, Joe Clark, the couple had been together for about seven years and considered each other, with Joe telling the Atlanta Journal, “They would have been together forever. They were that couple. ”

The Atlanta police described how Janness’s body was stabbed several times in a“ gruesome ”scene, causing her face to be disfigured in the attack.

APD needs your help with the investigation of a murder on July 28, 2021 in Piedmont Park. The woman &, her dog, were both killed in the park. A reward of $ 10,000 is offered for information. Contact @StopCrimeATL at 404-577-TIPS (8477) or call the APD Homicide Unit at 404-546-4235.

Janness was last seen crossing a nearby rainbow intersection near her home. The police had released a surveillance photo of Janness walking her dog at the intersection in the hope that this could help the investigation.

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Police returned Wednesday morning to search the park and the surrounding area, including divers searching a nearby lake for evidence. However, they have not yet found any evidence, suspects, or motives.

The police are now offering a $ 10,000 reward for information about the horrific crime, and investigators are also asking anyone who comes across surveillance videos in the area orders to report this to the police.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation is also assisting the Atlanta Police in the investigation, FBI Spokesman Kevin Rowson confirmed Thursday.

Janness had worked as a bartender for nearly a decade at Campagnolo, an Italian restaurant and bar on Piedmont Avenue, near where her body was found. One of her regular customers told CBS, “She was a very cute person, a little bit geeky. It’s really shocking that something like this should happen to someone who is such a sweet and just kind soul. “

” She routinely walked her dog late at night because she usually worked the night shift. I think she may have felt that the park was safer than it is, especially now with everything going on. ”

On Wednesday, mourners were seen leaving flowers and dog treats near the park entrance where her body was found. A fundraising site to help her family with the costs related to her death has raised more than $ 40,000 to date.

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