Montreux-Reno, NV (KRNV & MyNews4.com) -- It's been nearly eight years since Albert and Joan Musalo were found dead in their Montreux home and family members are still searching for answers.
The Musalo’s daughter, Joanne Kohls and the detective on the case, Kathleen Bishop sat down with News 4 to shed more light on a case that has left an entire community with more questions than answers.
The Musalo’s were found dead in their home on March 28, 2006. Eight years later there is still no suspect and no motive for the murders.
Detective Kathleen Bishop says, “The family is a very nice, loving family, there really has been nothing that would say definitively why this occurred.”
Joanne Kohls, the Musalo’s daughter says, “The only thing that I can come up with or that makes much sense to me is that somebody killed the wrong people.”
Albert and Joan Musalo were both from Brooklyn, New York. Albert was an engineer for Pan Am until he retired in the late 1980’s and Joan was a homemaker who took care of their four children. The couple retired in Nevada where one of their daughters lived with her husband and two sons. In 2004, the Musalo’s built a home in Montreux, two years later Joanne and her husband found them shot to death in their bedroom.
The Musalo family is still offering a $25,000 reward on top of the $2,500 reward offered by Secret Witness for information that will lead to a suspect in the case.
If you have any information about the Musalo’s, anything at all, you are asked to call Secret Witness at 322-4900. You can remain anonymous.