Tuesday will mark one year since 45-year-old Terry "Missy" Bevers was found murdered at a Midlothian church. The unsolved murder mystery rocked the small community and continues to frustrate police.
On April 18, 2016, Bevers arrived at Creekside Church of Christ in Midlothian just after 4 a.m. to set up for a fitness class.
Already inside and captured on surveillance cameras, a person with a peculiar walk, wearing police-like clothing casually strolled the halls with a hammer.
Police said Bevers, a wife and mother of three girls, was attacked out of camera view. She died of puncture wounds to the head and chest.
Her husband Brandon Bevers and others who knew her came under intense scrutiny but were eventually cleared. Police scoured phone records and social media hoping to develop leads.
Surveillance video of a silver, Nissan Altima circling a nearby business in the hours before her death fueled speculation, but didn't point investigators to a suspect.
"I am surprised it's already a year and I am surprised it hasn't been solved," said Debbie Barr, a patron of Caroline's Country Cafe who's been following the investigation.
Bevers' murder is still on people's minds, especially as the one-year mark approaches and the killer walks free.
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