Release of composite sketch leading to new tips in Lisa Ziegert case

Leads have been coming in from across the country, D.A. Anthony Gulluni says

Composite images of Lisa Ziegert murder suspect courtesy: Parabon NanoLabs

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – Leads continue to come forward in the murder case of former Agawam school teacher Lisa Ziegert. Hampden County District Attorney Anthony Gulluni told 22News that they are moving closer to determining just who is responsible for Ziegert’s 1992 murder.

Lisa Ziegert is pictured here in a photo sent to 22News by the Hampden County District Attorney’s Office.

Last week, Gulluni released a composite sketch of what the killer may look like. The image was created based on DNA evidence found at the crime scene. It shows a suspect at age 25 and age 50, though the suspect’s age is not known, and is impossible to determine through the DNA evidence.

Since the release of the images, the Hampden County District Attorney’s office has received tips from all over the country.

“Someone out there knows something and they haven’t furnished that to police yet. So we can piece together a case and ultimately make an arrest and put someone behind bars for the rest of his life,” Gulluni said.

Ziegert was abducted from her second job at a card store in Agawam. Her body was found in a wooded area off Suffield Street (Route 75), about four miles away.

If you have any information on the case, you are urged to call the Lisa Ziegert Case Tip Line at (413) 333-9148.

Suspect sketches released in Lisa Ziegert murder case