MILWAUKEE -- Desperate for answers, the family of a young Milwaukee mother whose body was found burned in a garage on May 1 said the case remains unsolved. FOX6 News on Thursday, June 6 spoke with the brother of Natalya Nicholson, 25 -- on a search for justice.
Thursday marked one month since Micah Nicholson learned it was his sister, Natalya Nicholson, whose body was discovered burned beyond recognition inside a vacant garage near 15th and Burleigh.
Milwaukee police ruled the death a homicide, but no suspects had been named or charged as of Thursday.
Garage fire near 15th and Burleigh
Micah Nicholson said what was most frustrating for him was the fact that people in the community know what happened, but hadn't come forward.
"I'm missing my sister like crazy. I'm missing her like crazy," said Micah Nicholson. "Everybody says it's supposed to get better. That kills me because it doesn't get better for me. Every day is a harder day. I realized I'm not going to see my sister."
Micah Nicholson said adding to his heartache was not knowing what happened. He said all he learned was that his sister was killed before the fire was set.
"I can only go on for so long before I get some type of closure, some answers," said Micah Nicholson.
The grieving brother was tasked with the responsibility of caring for his 6-month-old niece.
"Her daughter will never know who she is, and people are out here with that info. I need y'all to come forward, please. I need help with this situation," said Micah Nicholson.
If you have information that could help in this case, please contact Milwaukee police.