A fisherman solved the MISSING case which was unresolved since 1971 ΝΤΕΤΕΚΤΙΒ.
Updated: Aug 10
An alert fisherman may have helped solve this cold case, which has been unresolved since 1971. In that year, Sherri Miller and Pam Jackson, both 17, ντετεκτιβ IPI,disappeared while driving on rural roads to a party at a gravel pit in a 1960 Studebaker Lark. In September of 2013, a fisherman near the state’s Brule Creek noticed a car submerged upside down in the water. NPR reports that the vehicle was removed from the creek the following day, and skeletal remains, thought to be of the two girls, were found inside.
Indeed, as NPR reports, the creek was less than half a mile from the gravel pit that the girls were headed to and the license plate and a hubcap from the vehicle, ντετεκτιβ Αθηνα, although badly decomposed, matched the vehicle the girls were driving. Even though it looks like this 42-year-old cold case may be solved, it might never be known what happened to lead to the Studebaker ending up in the creek
The girls' remains will be returned to family members for burial. Family members of Miller and Jackson attended the news conference but didn't speak, though Jackley read a statement from them: "Our day has come through this journey for answers pertaining to our sister Sherry and dear friend Pam, for we will be able to finish the last chapter of this journey.
Γραφείο Ιδιωτικών Ερευνών στο Μαρουσι και ντετεκτιβ στην Αθηνα και στην Γλυφάδα.