Boca Country Club holds tournament to mark 6th anniversary of Cynthia Moffett’s death
BOCA RATON – Friday marks the sixth anniversary of the death of Boca Raton resident Cynthia Moffett.
The Boca Country Club held its sixth Annual Cindy Moffett Memorial Golf Tournament this past Sunday to honor her memory. It was planned by her brother, Randy Moffett, and family.
In the meantime, the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s office continues to seek the public’s assistance in locating her killer.
According to PBSO reports, on March 23, 2006, Cynthia Moffett was shot and killed while working at the Forest Oaks Golf Club located at 144 Lucerne Lakes Blvd. Her body was discovered on the ground just outside the south door of the golf pro shop. She was shot twice in the upper torso.
The PBSO Violent Crimes Division Detectives believe that she was shot between 5 and 6 p.m. and it was during the course of a robbery. The subject or subjects left the pro shop with wrapped coins and a number of the coins were found a distance from the pro shop.
Debbie Moffett Muller, Cindy’s younger sister, summed it up best: “We really, really miss her and we really would love for somebody to step forward if they know anything at all. It’s very tragic to live everyday not knowing what happened or who’s responsible. We want justice. We’re not going to forget her. We’re not going to go away.”
Anyone with information is urged to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-458-TIPS.