Investigation into the Death of Missing Knox Woman Continues

The six-month long investigation into the death of 37-year-old Knox resident Barbara McCurdy continues.

As previously reported, McCurdy was initially reported missing on January 20th. The report indicated she was last seen last in Knox on January 14th, driving her black 2006 Chevy Cobalt. A missing person investigation ensued and McCurdy was eventually found deceased in her vehicle at a Winamac car dealership on February 2nd.

The Pulaski County Coroner’s ruling for the cause of death will be kept confidential while the death investigation remains ongoing. Coroner John Behny reports that while a ruling has been made and shared with family members, the information cannot be released to the public at this time to avoid interference with the investigation.

As the investigation presses on, authorities continue to collect as much pertinent information related to this top priority case as they can in order fully understand what took place and all the factors involved with her disappearance and death.

The Pulaski County Coroner’s Office has been working in conjunction with multiple agencies including the Indiana State Police, the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office, the Winamac and Knox Police Departments, and the Pulaski County and Starke County Prosecutor’s Offices.

Individuals in the area are encouraged to reach out to any of these agencies if they happen to have any information that could assist with the investigation. Contact information can be found below:

Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department: 574-946-6655
Winamac Police Department: 574-946-4800
Knox Police Department: 574-772-4122