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It has been a year since Leona Swafford, 83, was killed in carjacking near her home in Arlinton.
Police, however, aren't willing to say the ongoing investigation is a "cold case."
“We are still getting leads and tips that we are following up on,” Detective Ben Lopez said Wednesday at a ceremony (shown below) to honor Swafford.
“We could get the right tip today and end up making an arrest today," he added. "As time goes on these cases usually get more difficult to solve, but we will never give up on a case. Ever.”
Staff writer Mitch Mitchell covered the event. Read his report here.
-- Bill Miller
Posted at 05:44 PM in Leona Swafford, Murder | Permalink
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