CARY, N.C. (WNCN) – Nalini Tellaprolu was found dead in her Cary home four months ago and neighbors said they have heard nothing from police concerning the case.
Tellaprolu was well known in her Cary community. She was known as being hard working, loving and kind. She was married for 25 years and had two teenage children.
But on Dec. 17, she was found by her family just after 3 p.m. in her home at 2107 Roland Glen Road.
Officials said she had been strangled to death. She was found with a plastic bag over her head.
“It is frustrating that we don’t know the answers,” said neighbor Rajesh Kottu. “She is very nice lady. And she is strong lady. So what ever happened to her, someone has to answer this.”
Soon after Tellaprolu’s death, police met with neighbors. Kottu said police assured them the case was a top priority.
But four months later, there has been no news concerning Tellaprolu’s killing.
Cary police declined to comment other than that the investigation is ongoing and that they are working with the district attorney’s office.