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Well, researchers are on the look out for new leads, in a strange cold case murder is still unsolved for 22 years.
The male victim’s feet were bound by rope, but missing were the victim’s head, hands, heart, and spleen, according to the report. It was restored in the area of the body and a couple of air fresheners.
Last week, investigators with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office issued a sketch of a possible suspect and appealed for information from which the identity of the victim.
The sketch shows a potential suspect in the cold case murder of a man in Marshall County, Ala., for 22 years.
(The Marshall County Sheriff’s Office)
“The hands and the head had been removed, obviously to keep us from identifying with the victim and the chief investigator, Keith Wilson, told WHNT-TV on Saturday.
WAAF-TV reported Saturday that the victim’s heart, and spleen were surgically removed, but the researchers weren’t sure why.
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It would be able to hide from a blow or a gunshot wound, according to the station.
Wilson said the two stations, in which the victim appears to be a 5-foot-9 man in his 20s who weighed in at 155 pounds, and had strawberry-blond hair.
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As a teenager in the body of the Cotaco Creek near the Money as of April 1997. Wilson found it had been dumped there by the murderer.
Wilson told the WAAF that he has a lot of work has been done on the case to try to crack it.
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“I would like to solve this case before I retire,” he said.