MURDER VICTIM’S LOVING DAUGHTER SOLVES COLD CASE NYPD Police Commissioner Ray Kelly praised Joselyn Martinez for her assistance in solving the cold case murder of her father, Jose, who died 26 years ago. Joselyn was 9 when her beloved father was murdered in New York City. Ms. Martinez, through her own detective work, located Justo Santos, the alleged murderer, in Miami. Read More: http://lawenforcementtoday.com/2013/06/12/murder-victim%E2%80%99s-loving-daughter-solves-cold-case/
Police are searching for a missing Indiana teen. Katelyn Wolfe was last seen walking near the Dairy Queen in Linton, Ind., about 2 a.m. Thursday. She posted on her Facebook about 3 a.m. that she was being followed, and friends and family haven't heard from her since. Read more here -- http://j.mp/12dvUMI -- and share this with your friends to help find Katelyn!
Seattle police unveiled a new campaign Tuesday aimed at finding the killers in 17 murders that have gone unsolved in the city since January 2010. The "Who Killed Me? Don't Stay Silent" campaign depicts photos of Seattle victims on space-donated Clear Channel Outdoor billboards and digital network located throughout the Seattle and surrounding areas. Please repin and help solve these cases!
In the mid twentieth century, a woman named Frances Glessner Lee made intricate dollhouses that cost thousands of dollars to create. They depicted unsolved murders and contained an intense level of detail to help detectives solve crimes. They were called The Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Death.