I still remember my mother's warning to my older sisters; teenagers at the time, "Please be careful... remember the Malinka girl?" to which they would sigh, roll their eyes and say "...oh Mom" as they left the house. The Malinka girl lived one street over from us in our Arlingwood neighborhood, part of greater Arlington, a suburb of Jacksonville Florida. She was 16-19 years old I believe, I don't remember her exact age, I was just a kid then, 8-10 yrs old myself. It was 1972-1974...Sorry again, it was so long ago. One late afternoon/early evening she went to the mall, Regency Square, on an errand to return something to the store...and didn't come home. Her car was found at the mall. Whether she made it inside or not is one of the details that I cannot remember. A couple of (days?-weeks?) later she was found, lying in the white sand dunes that surrounded Regency Square in those days, she had been raped and murdered. No one was ever arrested. The story of what happened to her wasn't in the newspapers for very long at all. It is so unbelievebly sad...it's as if she never lived...as if this never happened to her. The house that her parents lived in then is still listed under the name Malinka. If anyone knows anything about this case...if there is a suspect...any time related details to clarify my poor recollections. Please post them in her memory There were 2 somewhat similar cases, still unsolved, near Eglin air force base in 1973. Like so many other victims that are listed here on this site or those that are not yet here, this girl deserves justice.