Sunday marks a grim anniversary in the Sonia Varaschin case. The 42-year-old Orangeville nurse disappeared five years ago on Aug. 30, 2010.

Her remains were discovered a few days later in a wooded area in Caledon. No one has been charged in her murder.

“I think that everybody still is looking for that peace of mind that they may eventually catch him still,” said Orangeville resident Kathy Wiesener.

Varaschin was reported missing after she failed to show up for work. Police believe Varaschin was murdered in her home, and her car was used to move her body. Her blood-stained car was found in an alley on the day she went missing.

Police have publicized that the killer wore a size 11 work boot, and that they have a sample of the suspect’s DNA.

Last year police released surveillance video of two people they believed were in the area when the suspect left Varaschin’s car. Police say the pair did come forward and spoke with police, but haven’t released any details of what they may have seen.

Investigators say the case is still very active. The public has played a large role in the investigation. Police have followed up on over 1,200 tips into her death.

“If you have any information, no matter how big or small you may feel it seems, it could be the piece of the puzzle that literally turns the corner with respect to this investigation,” OPP Sgt Peter Leon told CTV News.

A $50,000 reward is still being offered for any information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for Varaschin’s death.

With files from The Canadian Press.