The family of a slain Vermont grandmother says they're grateful for the support they've received from the community and they're confident police will catch her killer.
Four sons of 78-year-old Pat O'Hagan reminisced about their mother Tuesday and pledged to remain a presence in Sheffield. The sons met with reporters in the backyard of her home.
Pat O'Hagan's oldest son, Matt O'Hagan, says a website dedicated to his mother is still up and reward money is still available to anyone who helps catch those responsible for her disappearance and death.
Pat O'Hagan moved to Vermont from Chelmsford, Mass., 15 years ago. She disappeared last month and was found dead Oct. 3.