Sarah Fox's body was found in Inwood Hill Park in 2004, with her clothing gone and her larynx fractured, police say.
The NYPD offered a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction in the Sarah Fox murder case.
Sarah Fox's 2004 disappearance spurred a search that involved 260 police recruits, as well as volunteers, and thousands of dollars were offered as a reward for information. (May 27, 2004)
Police say Sarah Fox's body was found in Inwood Park six days after she disappeared. (May 27, 2004)
Police questioned Dimitry Sheinman in the disappearance and murder of Sarah Fox. Former Manhattan District Attorney Robert Morgenthau pronounced Sheinman the “No. 1 suspect” after Sheinman said he had “visions” about Fox that could help the investigation, but Sheinman was never charged and has denied any wrongdoing. (May 24, 2005)
A mourner holds a rose at a wake for Sarah Fox in Pennsauken, N.J. (June 1, 2004)
Friends and family gather to mourn Sarah Fox in Pennsauken, N.J. (June 2, 2004)
Sarah Fox's mother, stepfather and sister are comforted by family and friends near Fox's coffin in Pennsauken, N.J. (June 2, 2004)
An undated photo of Sarah Fox. A law enforcement official said on July 11, 2012, that a new DNA match has linked the Juilliard student’s unsolved 2004 death to a chain collected after an Occupy Wall Street protest this spring.