WSBT Special Report: Cold Cases
WSBT's Kristin Bien takes a look at several Michiana murder mysteries that have long gone unsolved.
7:19 AM EST, March 1, 2013
Back in 1981, when Juanta Boyd was killed, the technology to test DNA didn't exist. It does now and police in LaPorte County hope to get results in Boyd's murder case back soon. This has breathed new life into the cold case mystery of a single mother murdered in the middle of nowhere.
8:56 AM EST, February 28, 2013
Whoever killed an Elkhart used car salesman left evidence behind at the scene. Now, police need more information to connect that evidence to a suspect. It's a case local police been working on for 15 years.
8:39 AM EST, February 27, 2013
CASS COUNTY– It's been six years since a 34-year-old artist was found shot to death in rural Cass County, and today, police are no closer to understanding why someone would murder him.
8:55 AM EST, February 26, 2013
It has been nearly 4 decades since a 17-year-old North Webster girl was sexually assaulted, murdered and her body dumped in the Elkhart river. The investigation spanned across Kosciusko and Noble counties. Now, 37 years later, the murder of Laurel Mitchell is considered a cold case.
10:50 AM EST, February 25, 2013
SOUTH BEND – Throughout the week, WSBT is going to be featuring cold cases from around our area. These are cases that have eluded police – some, for decades.
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