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Police using online resources in triple homicide investigation

By: Dave Spencer Email
By: Dave Spencer Email

Still no suspects in the Clark County triple homicide, so while the investigation continues State police try to find leads wherever they can.

The bodies of three Clark County men, 23 year old Clayton Edge, 24 year old Robert Reese and 21 year old Dustin Browning, were found by police shot to death in the home of Clayton Edge on March 21st.

Since then, police have been looking for clues. State Trooper Chris Lanham says, "They're putting together evidence to submit to the lab for analysis."

So far they are not releasing many details of what happened in the home.

"It's obvious someone held a grudge against these three men," says Lanham.

State Police say this case in particular has posed some unique challenges saying no one saw anything, no one heard anything, that's when they say the computer becomes a powerful resource.

Lanham says Detectives get leads from Websites like Facebook, and community forum sites like Topix.com.

Websites like Topix can often be littered with rumors but detectives say they would rather have too much information on a case then not enough.

Police ask anyone with information to call them at 1-800-222-5555, saying they just want the information not your name.

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