The Pennsylvania State Police, Troop M, Criminal Investigation Assessment Unit, continue their investigation into the homicide of Robert Freeman, Sr.
On January 25, 1992, Robert Freeman, Sr., was discovered in a cornfield off Uhler Road in Forks Township, Northampton County (a suburb of Easton, PA) by the property owner. The victim was only partially clothed and had been severely beaten and stabbed. The victim’s leather jacket and some of his jewelry was never recovered. The victim was last seen alive on the evening of January 18, 1992, at Ferris’ Café, a corner bar located several miles away in Phillipsburg, New Jersey. Evidence suggests that the victim may have been attacked in the parking lot outside the tavern. Robert Freeman’s vehicle had been recovered in the parking lot several days prior to the discovery of his body.
WHAT YOU CAN DO: If you have information on this crime, any serious crime, or wanted person, call Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers Toll Free at 1-800-4PA-TIPS. All callers remain anonymous and could be eligible for a CASH REWARD.
All information is accurate as of Release Date.