[cnn-photo-caption image=http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2008/images/07/17/art.nancywithbaby.jpg caption="Nancy with her child from the Town of Cary website."]
Police say they have no suspect in the homicide of Nancy Cooper. And no person of interest has been named either.
But there is plenty of speculation – some includes Nancy’s husband, Bradley Cooper.
He told investigators his wife went jogging Saturday morning, and never returned. Her body was found two days later, floating in a pond, within a few miles of their home in Cary, North Carolina.
Nancy had been killed, although authorities won’t disclose how. The police chief called it an “isolated incident.”
Those who knew the 34-year-old say Nancy was a devoted wife and loving mother of their two young daughters.
Her family does not say the same about Bradley. According to Nancy’s father and sister, Bradley was having an affair and poses an imminent danger to the children.
We don’t know if those allegations are true. We do know that a judge today ruled there was enough evidence to transfer custody of the couple’s daughters to Nancy’s family.
The police continue to search for leads and for the killer. They have also searched the couple’s home and cars.
The town of Cary is grieving one of their own. It has also posted photographs of Nancy, her husband, and her children for the public. See the pictures.
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