It's been a month since the body of 22-year-old Kelly Nolan was found in a wooded area outside of Madison. Police say the death of the UW student was a homicide, but Madison public information officer Joel DeSpain isn't saying much about a suspect. However, he says police believe any potential suspect is still in Wisconsin.

Police are also still waiting for evidence to be processed at a state crime lab. However, DeSpain is not commenting on what they're looking for.

There's currently a $10,000 reward for information leading to Nolan's killer. DeSpain says that reward could be increase in the near future. 

AUDIO: Robin Colbert reports (MP3 :35)

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