Tomahawk Police have released the name of a woman murdered while working at a gas station over the weekend. Chief Don Johnson says 25-year-old Rochelle Anderson was killed at the Zephyr fuel gas station on north Fourth Street, sometime late Saturday night. A sharp edged weapon was used during the suspected robbery and homicide, but no official cause of death has been determined.
Johnson says the murder was discovered at 11:14 Saturday night, after an officer noticed a vehicle still parked outside after the station typically closed.
Rochelle Anderson's father, Randal Anderson Senior, is asking the public to offer any help they can find in tracking down the killer. Police says numerous leads are being pursued.
Johnson confirmed the station did have a video surveillance system, but would not say whether any information had been developed from it. Police have offered a possible suspect description of a 5'10" male, with a thin build, wearing dark clothing.