NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. (WIVB) - It has been one year since a mother of three was last seen alive in Niagara Falls.
Loretta Gates disappeared and later, parts of her body were discovered. Her murder remains unsolved.
Niagara Falls Police have been interviewing people for a year but have yet to make any arrests in the case. Pieces of her dismembered body were found randomly, beginning with her headless torso found floating in the Niagara River last August.
The last lead we learned of was a chainsaw that had been turned over to police, but it's still unclear if or how it was used in the murder.
Gates' family continue to hope her killer will be found and brought to justice.
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