3 years later, murder of Fort Bragg soldier killed on Memorial Day camping trip remains unsolved
By Christiane Cordero KABC logo
Tuesday, May 30, 2023
LOS ANGELES -- It's been three years since a Fort Bragg soldier was killed while on a camping trip to the Outer Banks, and the case still hasn't been solved.
Now, on a heartbreaking Memorial Day, his family in California continued to beg for help in finding his killer.
"A lot of people took his kindness for weakness and that was the strongest thing about him, was how kind-hearted he was," Griselda Martinez, the sister of Spc. Enrique Roman-Martinez said to ABC station KABC. "Fearing his death, just over three years ago, has been forgotten."
Roman-Martinez, who was an Army paratrooper serving in the 82nd Airborne Division, was killed during a Memorial Day camping trip.
Read More: https://abc11.com/enrique-roman-martinez-fort-bragg-soldier-killed-cold-case-chino/13320520/
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