A Chicago murder suspect convicted in the disappearance and murder of a Candy company heiress in 1977 died in a Florida hospital.
Chicago Murder Suspect Convicted of His Involvement in Disappearance and Murder of Candy Company Heiress in 1977
A 93-year-old Chicago murder suspect named Richard Bailey was convicted of his involvement in the disappearance and murder of a Candy company heiress identified as Helen Brach in 1977, wherein the Chicago murder suspect allegedly ordered to kidnap and murder the heiress for her money.
According to a report published in ABC7, the Chicago murder suspect allegedly targeted the Candy company heiress and courted her after learning that she got her late husband’s fortune, including the company, which was what the Chicago murder suspect always did to get money from his victims in an insurance fraud case.
Aside from the Chicago murder suspect, no other suspect has been convicted in the disappearance and the tragic murder of the missing Candy company heiress, which left the Chicago murder suspect the only person who served decades of prison time for the case.
Chicago Murder Suspect Involved in Candy Company Heiress’ Murder Dies in Florida Hospital
Following several years in prison, the Chicago murder suspect involved in the Candy company heiress’ tragic murder died in a hospital after suffering from pneumonia.