After almost one year, a Hartford family finally has some answers after their loved one’s remains were found in Vermont.
Hartford mother Denise Hart went missing earlier this year after vacationing in Vermont.
Dedre Robinson is the mother of 25-year-old Hart, and said she wants to bring her daughter back home so they can have a proper burial.
“She was a beautiful spirit person which is why this is so hard and (we can’t) believe someone would actually hurt her," Robinson said.
She went missing earlier this year, at the end of January.
Vermont State Police searched many locations, and Hart’s car was found in a parking lot engulfed in flames.
Police found human remains three days before Christmas, which were identified as Hart’s. Her death has been ruled a homicide.
“No parent deserves what I went through, not knowing whether your child is dead over alive. Not knowing what is going on with your child. No mother deserves that whether you're 5, 25, 56...no mother deserves that," Robinson said.
While Robinson said she has some, she said she still needs to know who is responsible for her daughter’s death.
“You might have think you got away with this but know as long as I have breath in me you didn't get away with nothing. We will find you and we will get justice for Denise," Robinson said.
The family has set up a GoFundMe page to raise money for a funeral. To make a donation, click here.
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