Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Police reopening 31 year old missing persons case in NYC

It was the first time a missing person's picture was placed on a milk carton. Now, 31 years later, the district attorney is reopening the case and they have a suspect in mind.

New York (CNN) -- His was the first face of a missing child to appear on the back of a milk carton. Now, nearly 31 years to the day since Etan Patz vanished from a New York street, authorities are reopening his case.
The communications director for Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. confirmed that the office is taking another look at the decades-old mystery.

These cold cases fascinate me. Think of how many things have changed since 1979. It's always interesting to see the people who stay on a case in the pursuit of justice. Police believe this guy is responsible for the 6 year old's murder. Hopefully, there will soon be some answers for the family members:

District attorney reopens case of first missing child on milk carton

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