Brittany Philips

The mother of Brittany Philips, who was raped and killed in her apartment in south Tulsa in 2004, will resume her search for her daughter’s killer after being forced to take a two-year due to the COVID-19 pandemic’s effects on daily life in the United States.

In an effort to attract the attention of someone with information about the murder of her daughter, Brittany Phillips, who has turned into one of Tulsa’s most challenging cold cases that hasn’t been solved, Dr. Maggie Zingman is hitting the road once more in a freshly wrapped SUV with her daughter’s face on all sides.

“Perhaps someone will see something that triggers a memory or helps them remember something they’ve heard or know about,” Zingman speculated.

Zingman said she was going to drive slowly near the Southern Hills Country Club, which was hosting the 2022 PGA Championship, while she was in Tulsa kicking off her latest tour.

Brittany Philips Carvan

And after that, she is headed to the Midwest and the East Coast to not only spread the word about what happened to her daughter, but also to meet with numerous cold case support groups comprised of families who have experienced similar circumstances.

“We are a family that we haven’t and would not have chosen for ourselves, but we are a family because of everything we have experienced together,” she said.

Zingman recently met with Tulsa Police, and the Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office cold case squad is also working on the case to help solve it once and for all.

In 2019, there was anticipation that a fresh DNA profile might lead to a suspect, but so far, it has only resulted in the elimination of one person of interest, Maggie, who she believes should still be considered a suspect.

Thanks to private donations, more DNA being processed at a private lab, and there is hope that a new set of eyes will spot something that has been neglected.

“If I’m not going to find answers, I’m going to keep looking until I die.” She stated

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