HULL, Wis. (AP) -- Law enforcement officials say they are determined to not let the death of a pharmacist found shot to death in his home in Hull four years ago become a cold case.
Marathon County Sheriff Lt. Greg Bean tells the Stevens Point Journal says that despite a recent setback, the death of 58-year-old Ken Juedes will remain an active case.
Juedes was found dead Aug. 30, 2006, in his bed with two shotgun wounds. The newspaper reports the sheriff's office considers his wife is a person of interest. However, no one has been charged.
Investigators had hoped that new evidence would be revealed during a civil lawsuit between the wife and Juedes' children over a $300,000 insurance payout, but it was resolved in August.
However, the attorney for Cindy Schulz-Juedes, says the settlement means the two sides can now focus on finding the Juedes' killer.