The Sunday Murders: Police investigate similarities between three women's deaths
SAN ANTONIO -- The murders of 49-year old Kearie Fischer, 40-year-old Cynthia Dimas Molina, and 46-year-old Tammy Fudge remain unsolved. All three women were from the San Antonio area, all were in their 40's and their bodies were all discovered on a Sunday.
"You just don't know, we're still waiting, just waiting, " said Tammera Mahan, the daughter of Kearie Fischer.
A passerby found the body of 49-year-old Kearie Fischer in a grassy area along the access road of the 8000 block of SE Loop 410 at around 10:45 a.m. on Sunday, November 19th.
According to investigators Fischer had puncture wounds on her body and was face down.
"She had blunt force trauma to the head and she was stabbed three times," said Mahan.
Police say Kearie was last seen alive on the afternoon of Saturday, November 18th at Toepperewin Rd. and IH 35 North.
Mahan says her mother didn't have the best lifestyle, she was living in a hotel, and everyone knew her.
"So somebody knew who she was with that day, or who she left with that day or that weekend, who she was with," Mahan added.
Months later the body of 40-year- old Cynthia Dimas Molina was found in the Atascosa River near Jourdanton. Dimas-Molina was discovered on Sunday, February 25th.
Investigators say she died of blunt force trauma. Dimas-Molina was from San Antonio and lived west of downtown.
"She lived a lifestyle where she was on drugs, she lived a lifestyle where she was around shady people. I know some people are hesitant to come forward as soon as something like that happens," said her brother George.
Meanwhile, the Bexar County Medical Examiner's Office says 46-year-old Tammy Fudge died due to "blunt force trauma to the head."
Fudge's body was found around 11 a.m. on Sunday, March 6th near the intersection of W. Travis Street and N. Flores Street.
A spokesperson for the San Antonio Police Department says, "Investigators look at all possibilities of certain murder cases having similarities to others during their investigation."
If you have any information about these cases, please immediately contact the San Antonio Police Department at 210-227-SAPD (7273) or San Antonio Crime Stoppers at 210-224-STOP (7867).
If you have information on the murder of Cynthia Dimas Molina, contact the Atascosa County Sheriff's Office, you can also a call Crime Stoppers at (830) 769-CALL (2255).