Who is Jody LeCornu? You might have seen her on billboards in Baltimore

The Baltimore County Police Department is still investigating the 1996 killing of Jody LeCornu, who was slain in Towson. Her twin sister, Jenny, describes what is known of the crime scene in an effort to renew interest in the case. (Lloyd Fox, Baltimore Sun video - click here to view video)

Bright crimson billboards, emblazoned with the face of Jody LeCornu and the plea “Find my killer,” are hard to miss for drivers traveling along several highways in the greater Baltimore region. 


Who was Jody LeCornu?

In 1996, Annapolis native Joann "Jody" LeCornu was a 23-year-old student at Towson State University, where she was finishing out her senior year studying geriatrics. She also worked as a receptionist at Eastern Savings Bank in Hunt Valley. On the evening of March 2, 1996, LeCornu was found shot in the back near her car in a shopping center on York Road in Baltimore County. Her death remains unsolved.