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FBI-violent gang task force, said in an Indiana cold case rape and murder of a 23-year-old woman more than three decades ago.
Tryone McKee’s arrest for the 1988 murder of Colleen Callahan, in to Gary, it was announced this week.
“With the advances in technology, particularly DNA, more resources, and once-reluctant witnesses would not be prepared to come forward in order to provide information that is years later, and cases that don’t have enough evidence to bring the cases that can be prosecuted,” said Hobart Police department Sgt. Nicholas Wardrip, director of the FBI, and the Mob of the Amount of research in gary, Indiana.
The task force began the search for Callahan’s murder last year.
In this undated photo from the Lake County (IN) Sheriff’s Department shows, Tyrone, Andrew McKee. Lake County Sheriff’s Department via AP)
DNA GENEALOGY CAN HELP THE POLICE ID SUSPECT, A 35-YEAR-OLD COLD CASE MURDER IN WISCONSIN, AUTHORITIES SAY
In 1988, the Gary police went to the house and found Callahan to the floor, surrounded by broken glass and bits of window frame.
She died of injuries from a blunt instrument, according to the report.
The old newspaper clippings he said the police suspected a connection between the murder and Callahan’s testimony at the two men in 1987 in a burglary trial, the Chicago Tribune reported. The names of the men which were never released.
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Police said Callahan was in the company of the guys from the night before she was found dead, the paper reported.
At the time of her death, she was the mother of four girls, who ranged in age from 1-to 6-year-old.
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The FBI’s task-force has solved five cold cases in the past few years.