ST. CHARLES COUNTY (KMOV.com) - Debbie Klingler says the cold case of 9-year-old Angie Housman fuels a passion for justice.
"I think that what bothers me the most, the extreme of how she was murdered, for nine days and tortured and starved," said Klingler.
As Klingler and other local moms spread word of their group “Justice for Angie Housman,” she hopes new leads will emerge.
"I hope that with all of the attention and with it being a 25-year anniversary of her murder and a miracle happens and they find out who did it," Klinger said.
Housman vanished after getting off of a school bus in 1993 in St. Ann. She was found nine days later by a deer hunter in a remote area of St. Charles County.
Housman had been raped.
St. Charles County Police did find a finger print at the scene. Police won’t comment on the DNA evidence, saying the case is still active.
"Whoever did it walked away with her life and that's the part that I can't fathom, any human doing that, it's horrible,” said Klingler.
A reward of up to $250,000 has been offered for anyone who information that leads to an arrest.
St. Charles County police are asking anyone with information on this case to contact their tip line at 636-949-3002.