The Milford Police Department is still following leads in two violent crimes that occurred over three decades ago, but has been unable to close the cases. If you have any information regarding these cases, please contact the Milford Police Department at 248-684-1815 . You can remain anonymous.
The partially clothed body of 20 year old Anne Marie Doroghazi was found in the morning of September 29, 1981. The investigation determined that she had been killed at an unknown location sometime between September 27th and September 28th. She was discovered in a ditch near Camp Dearborn off of General Motors Road and west of Martindale Road in the township of Milford. The Oakland County medical examiner said she had been strangled. It is believed robbery was not a motive as her purse containing money was found near the body.
Anne Doroghazi had worked with the camp maintenance crew for three years at Camp Dearborn and lived in a trailer/ home at Camp Dearborn. She was last seen in Milford near Camp Dearborn approximately two days prior to the discovery of her body on September 29, 1981. Anne Doroghazi did not have a car and would walk along General Motors Road to a nearby gas station to buy pop or cigarettes. Numerous people were questioned and leads were developed on one or more possible suspects, however the lack of evidence and information kept investigators from making any arrests.
Anyone who may have seen Anne Doroghazi walking along the roadway or knows anything regarding the case, please contact the Milford Police Detective Bureau at (248) 684-1815. You can remain anonymous.
Walter Earl Rubel, a 50 year old Walled Lake man was found shot to death in the Proud Lake Recreation Area on April 20, 1980 at approximately 1:15pm. Walter Rubel had been reported missing on April 17, 1980 by a local Walled Lake restaurant where he always frequented. Walter Rubel was a maintenance employee for the Ford Motor Company at the Wixom plant for nearly 20 years. Walter Rubel had been known to carry large amounts of cash with him. Walter Rubel was wearing his green work pants and plaid shirt a brown leather jacket, but his shoes were missing and his pockets were empty.
Walter Rubel did not drive and there was no identification on his body. The autopsy by the Oakland County Medical Examiner determined Walter Rubel had been dead for approximately 24 to 48 hours before being discovered and examined.
Anyone who may have information regarding this case is asked to contact the Milford Police Detective Bureau at (248) 684-1815. You can remain anonymous.