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Vigil to Be Held for Victim in Unsolved 1996 Strangulation



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    A T-shirt shows an image of Priscilla Lewis, who was mysteriously killed 23 years ago while she was on a break from her job at a Crockett pizza parlor. (Sept. 19, 2019)

    A vigil will be held from 5 to 9 p.m. Saturday for the victim in an unsolved 1996 strangulation case in the unincorporated town of Crockett.

    Priscilla Ann Lewis was a 21-year-old Vallejo resident who was found dead Sept. 24, 1996 in the basement bathroom in the Valona Square Mall, where she worked as a waitress at Four Corners Pizza at 628 Second Ave. in Crockett.

    There were four businesses in the mall at the time and they shared the restrooms in the basement.

    "Detectives interviewed dozens of people during this investigation and examined numerous pieces of evidence," according to the Contra Costa County Sheriff's Office, but the unsolved case remains open.

    The vigil will be held at 628 Second Ave.

    Anyone with information regarding Priscilla's murder is encouraged to contact the Office of the Sheriff Homicide Unit at 925-313-2630 or Tips can be left anonymusly at 866-846-3592.

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