Blown sand partially covers flowers left to remember Monica Adams who was found beaten and murdered in a northeast Lubbock field on August 20th of this year. Police Sgt. Jim Pachall, right, remembers the scene nearly three months later.
Thursday, November 13, 2008. (Geoffrey McAllister/Lubbock Avalanche-Journal)
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Red and white roses lie in the sand near where Monica Adams' body was found three months ago.
Her family placed them there as they remember their loved one and wait for a killer to be found.
Police still hope to get critical tips three months after her body was found brutally beaten in a Northeast Lubbock field.
Sgt. Jim Pachall said some people think the murder case will go away because of Adams' history in prostitution - and it has presented challenges in the case - but it won't stop police from trying to find a killer...(Continue reading related article: Lubbock police hope public can help solve Adams murder case)