Yes, and if you narrow the google search even more to be "lochmere jogger attacks saturday morning females from canada with fondness for ducks" you would get even fewer hits. That doesn't mean that a random attacker scenario is not possible.
If it was a random attacker, that does not mean that he stayed in the Cary area afterward.
I hope I never turn up murdered in a case in which there is no clear suspect except for my husband . My DH has a genius level IQ and he has a lot of specialized knowledge about three things: criminal evidence, murder, and guns. If anyone could plan the perfect wife murder, it is he.
He works alone in his office, he is a workaholic, he has no true friends aside from me and the kids, he is an introvert, and I have $75,000 in life insurance, which he has a use for.
He doesn't know how to cook, he doesn't clean the house, but he will fix dinner (microwaved frozen meals or hot dogs) or help clean and do laundry once in a blue moon. He doesn't do yard work at all, ever. If he were the only adult in this family, the house would be a pig sty.
He rarely helps with dog or puppy care, and does not know much beyond the basics about everything involved with raising children.
He has, many times over the years, gone to the grocery store and then turned around a few minutes later and gone back to get something one of us forgot that I needed. He didn't change shoes because he always keeps his shoes on inside the house. I have done the same -- 2 grocery trips in quick sequence -- with different pairs of shoes on, because I do take my shoes off in the house.
A few years ago when money was tight, I put him on a $20/week allowance. This did not allow him to buy books or clothes or eat breakfast and lunch in restaurants. I made his breakfast and packed his lunch, which is not his preference at all and, while he understood why we had to do this, he resented it.
He has a very calm personality and is very quiet. He rarely yells and he has never hit anyone or been violent. He could -- he is very tall, very strong, and knows karate. I can't imagine he would ever hurt anyone or any thing.
I cannot imagine a scenario in which he would murder me. He would be lost without me to manage the house, handle the finances for family and businesses, and raise the kids. It would cost him much more than $75,000 life insurance proceeds to hire people to do what I do.
We live in a very low crime area, out in the country. The only murder suspects here would be cows and DH. Before this, we lived for 15 years in a suburban town in which no murders had taken place for 30 years and crime was practically nonexistent.
His saving grace is that he has never had an affair, he doesn't know much about computers beyond word processing, and our children are old enough to testify if they were his alibi. He's also fortunate that I do not discuss our marriage with other people unless it is something positive.