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Mother still searching for daughter's killer ten years later

In 2004 Brittany Phillips was murdered in her apartment in Tulsa, Oklahoma. As her family approaches the ten year mark, her mother is still looking for answers, even here in Albany. / Courtney Highfield

In 2004 Brittany Phillips was murdered in her apartment in Tulsa, Oklahoma. As her family approaches the ten year mark, her mother is still looking for answers, even here in Albany.

Phillips was killed at the age of 19 and despite the amount of DNA evidence found at the crime scene, police have yet to find any suspects in her case. In 2007 her mother Maggie Zingman started driving across the country with what she calls the "caravan to catch a killer."

She's driven over 100,000 miles in hopes that someone will be able to provide a substantial tip. She's been driving the caravan for seven years now and although they haven't caught her daughter's killer, she says it's helped get her through. Zingman told us, "since I've been doing these caravans I've learned a lot about DNA and actually that's become as important if not more important because I guess part of me has to accept we may never find her killer."

If you have any information Zingman is asking that you call Detective Felton at 918-596-9141.

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