Family of murdered Scottsdale woman urges public to work with police
Police released a more recent photo of Allison Feldman.
Older photo of Allison Feldman
by Rebecca Thomas
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- It's been more than a month since a Scottsdale woman was found brutally murdered inside of her home.
Allison Feldman's family is hoping someone will come forward with crucial information that will lead police to her killer.
And, it could all come down to a piece of jewelry.
Earlier this week, Scottsdale police announced that several items, including an iPhone 6 and a Tiffany bracelet, were missing from Feldman's home.
Her father and sister described the jewelry as a silver, chain bracelet with the words “Tiffany and Co.” inscribed onto a heart.
"If something doesn't seem right, someone you know came into possession of one all of a sudden, out of nowhere, please say something,” said Kelly Weinblatt, Feldman's older sister.
Police said Feldman's boyfriend found her dead inside of her Monterey Way home, on February 18, and there were no signs of forced entry.
Her family said Feldman was loved and didn't have enemies, so they're at a loss about who could have killed her.
"She was an amazing woman,” said Weinblatt. “It's still hard to believe. It's like this horrid nightmare I keep hoping to wake up from.”
Her father agreed.
"We'd like it solved,” said Harvey Feldman. “But, the first problem is we miss her. There must be 10 times a day that I think of something that I'd want to send her, or text her, or talk to her about and that's not there anymore."
If you have any information that can help detectives with their investigation, call the Scottsdale Police Department.