No Leads In Missing Jamestown Woman Case For 16 Years
This week, it'll have been 16 years since Yolanda Bindics of Jamestown disappeared.
On a Tuesday night [August 10, 2004], Bindics told her brother, who was watching her daughters, that she was picking up milk on her way home from work. She never returned.
Her body was found more than two years after she was last seen, according to WIVB.
The Chautauqua County District Attorney says they are still looking for evidence.
A website dedicated to the missing woman is still online today, advertising a reward of up to $20,000 for information in the case.
25-year-old Yolanda Bindics was last seen about 8:20pm Tuesday, August 10th, 2004.She and a coworker had just locked up at the Family Dollar store on Fluvanna Avenue were she was employed. The night she went missing, Yolanda Bindics told her brother, who was watching the girls, that she was going to stop to buy some milk on her way home from work. This is last known conversation. Her car was found at seven o'clock the next night at the Arby's Restaurant also on Fluvanna Avenue. Her body was found on September 10th 2006.
Her body was found on September 10th 2006."
No arrests have been made in the case.