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Family feels renewed hope for justice in 30-year old cold case murder

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne’s NBC) — A woman fails to show up for work, family members come to check on her, and they make a discovery that haunts them for the next 30 years. We look at why a Fort Wayne family is clinging to new hope that the killer in a cold case homicide from the 1980’s may someday actually pay for the crime.

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