One Month Since Brumback Murders
Omaha, NE -- It's been one month since the Brumback family was murdered in their Omaha home. Authorities still haven't said much on what happened on May 14th. KMTV Action 3 News has learned a few new details from neighbors.
Police found the bodies of Dr. Roger and Mary Brumback dead inside their home near 114th & Shirley St. one month ago. A piano mover called 911 and said he saw a gun clip between the open door and the screen door. Police collected evidence for 48 hours from inside and outside the home. Though no motive, cause of death, or suspects have been revealed, they have said that they are looking into a connection between these murders and the 2008 Dundee murders. Dr. Brumback worked with Dr. William Hunter whose son was stabbed to death at their Dundee home. A task force was organized by OPD Chief Todd Schmaderer to exclusively solve both of these double homicides.
KMTV Action 3 News has learned that in the last few weeks, police have interviewed extended neighbors in the area of 114th & Shirley St. Police were asking if they saw anything or heard anything to possibly help narrow when the couple was murdered. Neighbors say it was believed to be between the night of Sunday May 12th and the morning of Tuesday May 14th.
Dr. Brumback was the former Director of Pathology at Creighton University, and was well known around the country for his work in Alzheimer's care, and writing medical journals. He was planning to retire in June and move him and his wife to West Virginia.
If you have any information you're asked to call OPD Crimestoppers at 402-444-7867.