The New York State Police are still actively working to unravel the mysterious circumstances surrounding the cold case of Kimberly Rouland of Upstate New York.

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On February 10, 2015, Rouland, who was 32 years old at the time, was reported missing to the State Police in SP Lyons by her husband, Thomas Rouland. Her husband revealed that he had last seen her leaving their Fairville Maple Ridge Road residence around 6:30 p.m. on February 9, 2015. What baffled investigators was that Kimberly left behind all her personal belongings and her vehicle.

A widespread search and investigation were launched in February 2015, with the hope of discovering Kimberly Rouland's whereabouts. Unfortunately, the case took a tragic turn on March 12, 2015, when her body was discovered approximately a mile from her home. The location of her body was a snowbank on a steep embankment along Martin Road in the town of Arcadia, Wayne County, New York. The medical examiner ruled Kimberly Rouland's death as a homicide.

The loss of Kimberly Rouland left behind three young children, aged 4, 10, and 11, at the time of her death. The devastating impact on her family and the unresolved nature of her case has driven the New York State Police to continue their investigation.

Law enforcement agencies continue to appeal to the public for any information that could help in bringing justice to Kimberly Rouland and her family. If you have any details, regardless of how insignificant they might seem, please get in touch with the New York State Police at (585) 398-4100.

If you'd rather email the New York State Police regarding the case of Kimberly Rouland, you can do so at Even the smallest piece of information could be the missing link that helps law enforcement solve this unsettling cold case.

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