Saturday Marked 15 Years Since Bindics’ Disappearance, Police Still Seek Killer

Yolanda Bindics. Image courtesy: FindYolanda.com

JAMESTOWN – Saturday marked 15 years since Jamestown native Yolanda Bindics was last seen alive.

Today, law enforcement are still in search of her killer.







On August 10, 2004 Bindics told her brother, who was watching her daughters, that she was picking up milk on her way home from work but she never returned.

Investigators later found her remains more than two years later in a state forest in Sinclairville.







In early 2017, WNYNewsNow featured Bindics’ story along with several other cold cases from Chautauqua County in a special report titled: “Gone But Not Forgotten, The Cold Cases Of Chautauqua County.”

For more information on Bindics disappearance, visit FindYolanda.com. The Jamestown Police ask anyone with information in the case to contact them at (716)-483-7536.













According to FindYolanda.com, a reward is still offered for information that leads to an arrest.

 

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