Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - Authorities have said that the investigation into the death of a 55-year-old Juneau woman is ongoing and that they have received many tips in the case
According to Juneau Police, preliminary investigation reveals that the victim, Faith Rogers, was on a walk with three dogs on the Kaxdigoowu Héen Dei, or Brotherhood Bridge Trail, when she was killed last Wednesday afternoon.
JPD officers and investigators continue to follow up on leads and new information as it is received.
"Officers are working around the clock on this evolving criminal investigation. Due to the volume of information being processed, we have not yet been able to respond to all “tipsters”. We appreciate the community coming forward with tips and information and we are acting on them as quickly as we can," a release from the department read.
JPD is encouraging community members to care for their personal safety.
"Take precautions such as being aware of surroundings, not distracted by gadgets, traveling on well-known, well lit routes, traveling in pairs or groups and immediately leaving uncomfortable or potentially unsafe situations. Call JPD to report suspicious behaviors or encounters."