Big Tom Would Have Turned 77 Today; Police Still Searching For His Killer(s)

His family is continuing to offer a reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction.

Tom Biedenharn was discovered murdered in his home in Lawrenceburg, Indiana on Memorial Day 2018. Photo provided.

(Lawrenceburg, Ind.) - Tom Biedenharn would have turned 77 today.

The former University of Cincinnati basketball player and Hidden Valley resident was found dead in his home on Highridge Court on Memorial Day 2018.

An autopsy later confirmed that Biedenharn was the victim of a homicide.

According to Indiana State Police, investigators believe that more than one person was present with Biedenharn at the residence when the crime occurred.

A newer model “electric or bright blue” four door or extended cab truck was seen in the area of the residence around the time of the crime.

Updates and pleas for information are shared on the "Who Killed Big Tom" Facebook page.  

The family is continuing to offer a $50,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction. If you have any information that can help detectives, call the Indiana State Police Versailles Post tip line at (877) 477-1847.    


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