By David Wenner dwenner pennlive. On Nov. It was one of the many Pennsylvania cold cases, spanning decades, where investigators continue to hold out hope for tips and clues.
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Stephanie Casberg was last seen going to Marc's Big Boy, a restaurant where she worked, in the early morning hours of Sunday, July 7, It was the last time she was seen alive. Two days after she went missing, police found her body in several pieces spread out miles from her family's home in Milwaukee.
The year-old Hayward High student was shot and killed two years ago. But so far, no one's been arrested. We love him," said relative Pat Webb, as she addressed those attending the vigil held at the corner of Smalley Avenue and Princeton Street where he was shot and killed. I'm mad because we don't know who did it and they haven't found him yet.
One of the nation's most recent infamous unsolved murder investigations is heading in a "new direction. Indiana State Police said in a statement Friday that new information in their inquest into the murder of two teenage girls in Delphi, Indiana, in February will be shared at a press conference on Monday. The update will be held "to share information with the media and public about the new direction of the Delphi homicide investigation.
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Indiana State Police say they will announce new information about the deaths of Abigail Williams and Liberty German who were found dead on a hiking trail in Delphi, Indiana in The unsolved murders of two teenage girls in Indiana that drew nationwide attention is set to move in a "new direction," according to officials. Indiana State Police said in a statement that an update will be held Monday on the murders of Libby German, 14, and Abby Williams, 13, who were killed in February while biking on trails near Delphi, located about 60 miles northwest of Indianapolis. Details on what the news conference will entail were not included, other than a "new direction" in the investigation will be announced by Indiana State Police Superintendent Doug Carter on behalf of the Multi-Agency Taskforce, according to state police.