Lexington Police Working To Form Cold Case Unit

More than 50 unsolved murders in Lexington could soon heat up again thanks to some help.

Lexington officials met this morning to discuss forming a Cold Case Unit.

It comes one year after Lexington Police got a 150 thousand dollar grant to help with cold cases.

The group will focus on all unsolved homicides in Lexington, dating back to 1961. Many involved hope it can bring closure to victim's families.


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  • by SPIKE LEE OF KY.BB Location: LEX,KY. on Jul 16, 2007 at 11:16 AM
    UPON HEARING ABOUT THIS STORY,MY AUOTMATIC THOUGHT WAS HOW 150 THOUSAND DOLLAR GRANT KEEP THIS ALIVE.I'M BIG FAN OF THE SHOW COLD CASE.AND I KNOW WITH ENOUGH RESOURCES THE HONRABLE RAY LARSON WIL FOLLOW THRU A 110 PER CENT,HE'S TENACIOUS.WE JUST NEED TO FIND AWAY TO KEEP THIS.
  • by Amanda Location: Somerset, KY on Jul 16, 2007 at 09:16 AM
    I think this is GREAT!

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