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The Federal Bureau of Investigation [FBI] is joining Atlanta police in an investigation into the killing of Katherine Janness, 40, and her dog in the city's Piedmont Park, the Associated Press reported.
Janness was found stabbed to death with multiple wounds in the park around 1 a.m. Wednesday after walking her dog who was also killed. Atlanta police did not say how the dog died, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported, but Deputy Chief Charles Hampton called the scene "gruesome."spokesperson Kevin Rowson said Thursday the agency is on the case.
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"Katie was the most down to earth, beautiful spirit that you would ever meet," Chip Powell, who used to work with Janness when she worked as a bar manager at an improv theater, told WXIA-TV. "So many people in the community knew and loved her."
Janness was a bartender at a restaurant near Piedmont Park, according to her friends and family. A $10,000 reward is being offered by investigators for information related to her stabbing.
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Investigators sought video from homes and businesses near the popular Piedmont Park as divers searched a pond in their quest to solve the stabbing death of Janness.
No arrests have been made.
Investigators have gone door-to-door asking neighbors for surveillance footage, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported. The aim is to help them retrace Janness' steps and glean any clues they can from the video.
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Divers also spent much of Wednesday searching a pond in the park, news outlets reported.
Police on Wednesday released a photo of Janness crossing a rainbow-painted Pride crosswalk near the park in the city's Midtown neighborhood.
Powell said he had worked with Janness for eight years.
Janness and her girlfriend, Emma Clark, had been together for about seven years and considered themselves married, said Clark's father, Joe Clark.
"They would've been together forever," Joe Clark told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. "They were that couple."
Janness was an avid reader who collected books, he told the newspaper. She had also taught herself to play guitar and sang songs that she'd written, he said.
Mourners on Wednesday left flowers, as well as dog treats, near the park entrance where her body was found.
Hampton said it's too early to determine a motive for the killing.
Atlanta police release images of potential witnesses to deadly park stabbing of woman and dog .
Atlanta investigators released images of potential witnesses in connection to the brutal killing of a woman walking her dog at a local park. Authorities are hoping the people in the photos can shed light on the death of Katherine Janness, 40, who was discovered dead at 1 a.m. along with her dog in Piedmont Park on July 28. She was walking the dog, Bowie, when they were both brutally stabbed to death. No arrests have been made and no suspects or persons of interest have been pubicaly named. One image shared by the Atlanta Police Department appears to show someone jogging on 10th Street and Charles Allen Drive.