Police search for car of murdered Roseland woman

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Chicago police are looking for a murder suspect, and the car, keys and cell phone the killer took after the crime.

The body of Aurelia Wilbourn, 64, was found inside her garage Friday morning on 108th and Calumet in the Roseland neighborhood.

She had been stabbed to death.

Police are now looking for her car, which is a silver, 2003 four-door Lexus.


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    • keke

      riggght and seem like they should be able to track her cell phone location too especially if she had an iphone. I hope they find the jerk or jerks that did this too her. No one is self anywhere these days.

  • Reneé Phillips

    I will truly miss Mrs. Wilbourn. She was such a special lady. A “real” lady. She did my taxes every year, and looked forward to tax time to have our nuts (usually cinnamon covered pecans) and Pepsi. We talk about my children, her late husband, church and her trips. She was a woman of God and expressed that through testimonies to me. I’ve never even seen her in pants. … I’ve been in Chicago for 5 years now and being from Evanston which is rich in diversity and low in crime of this magnitude, I am SICKENED by the violence that has plaqued Chicago for the past at least 3 years. This woman was so nice, sweet and friendly. I wish I could say that I’m shocked and surprised that she met “Mr. Chicago Violence”… but I’m not.

  • Martesha walls

    U always see and hear about the killing but never imagine that It will every hit so close to home.yes my cousin Aurelia was a nice kind hearted woman. She didnt deserve this nobody deserve to die that way. I love her and will always. R.I.P big cousin.