Police still have no suspects or persons of interest in the case, but in a statement released Tuesday, Chief Bazemore is reassured the community that Cooper's murder is still a top priority. "While I will not comment on the specifics of our work, I will say that I am very pleased with the progress we're making and am very proud of the tireless and professional effort that is underway," the statement read.
Bazemore goes onto point out, "Cary remains one of the safest communities in the nation, and I appreciate all the support we continue to receive from Nancy's family and friends, our citizens and the many agencies that are assisting us in this matter."
Investigators say the crime is isolated, not random.
To read more about the investigation in the following stories:
- Cary police search for missing jogger
- Police: Cooper family notified about body found
- Nancy Cooper's death ruled homicide
- A closer look at Brad Cooper
- Police release 911 calls in Cooper case
- Brad Cooper fights back in custody battle
- Friends file statements in Cooper investigation
- Grandparents keep custody of Cooper children
- Cooper's friend: I didn't jog with Nancy
- Investigators focused on Brad Cooper