A month later, authorities have no new information to share on who killed Jasmyn Beatty



Beatty, 28, was found dead in her Framingham apartment on May 25.

Jasmyn Beatty was found dead in her residence in the Halstead apartment complex on Worcester Road in Framingham. Jonathan Wiggs / The Boston Globe

Jasmyn Beatty and her dog Bentley. – Facebook

A month after Jasmyn Beatty was found dead with a “major gash wound” to the back of her neck in her Framingham apartment, authorities have no more say in the investigation.

No arrests have been made and no suspects have been named in the traumatic death of the 28-year-old, who lived in the Halstead apartment complex. A spokesperson for Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan confirmed there were no updates to share on the investigation on Thursday.

Shortly after her death, authorities classified Beatty’s death as homicide, but could not say whether the attack was random or targeted. Ryan also asked for the public’s help, urging them to contact the police if they noticed anything that day.

Beatty was originally from Providence, Rhode Island, and was a graduate of the University of Rhode Island. She worked as a senior financial analyst for Staples in Framingham, according to her obituary.

“Jasmyn was a fun-loving, passionate and caring young woman,” her obituary stated. “She had a gentle spirit and was a good friend who was always there when they needed her.”

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Meanwhile, some residents of the Halstead complex, located at 1610 Worcester Road, say they don’t feel safe.

“We had more communication from the apartment about the arriving ice cream truck or cigarette butts on the ground than there was communication about his death,” said Alan Beauchamp, who makes a living from there. ‘across the hall where Beatty was killed. MetroWest Daily News.

Anyone who might know anything about Beatty’s death is urged to call Framingham Police at 508-872-1212.


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