Greenwich Police Seek Tips on 1981 Cold Case: Death of Carrie Lee Mock

Carrie Lee Mock. Photo courtesy Greenwich Police Dept

Carrie Lee Mock. Photo courtesy Greenwich Police Dept

On July 19, 1981, 36-year-old Carrie Lee Mock’s body was found on Sherwood Aveue in central Greenwich a day after she went missing in Stamford.

An autopsy determined she had been killed by strangulation, with stab wounds in her neck as a contributing factor.

Carrie Lee was the mother of a 12-year-old girl at the time of her death.

The case remains open and active today. Advances in investigative techniques and technology have improved the chances of solving cold cases like Carrie Lee’s.

For these reasons, the 38-year-old case continues to be investigated.

Forensic science may help lead to the clue that solves these case. but Police say it would be even more helpful if there was someone who may have seen something or may have heard something.

“Even the smallest and most insignificant looking thing may lead to solving the case,” Greenwich Police said in a release.

Anyone who has information on the disappearance or death of Carrie Lee Mock is asked to contact the Greenwich Police Department tip line:

(203) 622-3333
(800) 372-1176
tips@greenwichct.org