New Jersey — The abduction of 19-year-old Nadirah Ruffin brought a community together in hopes of finding her and bringing her back home. But the same can’t be said for revealing who the killer is.
“Please come forward,” Atlantic County Prosecutor Ted Housel said Thursday afternoon during a news conference. “Now is the time to help solve this matter and find the people responsible for the kidnapping and murder of Nadirah Ruffin.”
Ruffin was at her cousin’s Atlantic City home at about 11:40 p.m. March 26 when three men and a woman wearing masks and armed with guns forced their way into the apartment, duct-taped the four other women there and took Ruffin at gunpoint.
That was the last time she was seen alive.