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Rachel Hurley - 30 year anniversary

Rachel Hurley – 30 years

Today marks 30 years since 14-year-old Rachel Hurley was raped and brutally killed. Last year, we did a detailed podcast about her story, which generated leads. This year, we bring you an update. Listen to it here: http://www.pbso.org/the-lead/.

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Jorge Vargas Murder - Seeking the Public's Help

Jorge Vargas Murder – Seeking the Public’s Help

We are seeking the assistance of Palm Beach County’s public to find out who killed Jorge Vargas. This tragic incident took place on Wednesday, August 7th at approximately 4:30 PM, at the Cruz Fashion Store in Lake Worth Beach. Our team and the victim’s family is asking anyone who might have any information to please call Crime Stoppers at (800)458-TIPS or our Violent Crimes Division at (561)688-3400. Let’s bring closure for this family.
 

Who Killed Jorge Vargas?
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Help Solve a 5 Year Old Cold Case

Five years ago, on an August’s morning, three teens were killed at gunpoint.
Martavious Elvis Brown, Se’Sawn David Danford, and Carley Nicole Chapman were murdered while playing video games inside an apartment located at 4743 Australian Ave, Apt.#205, Mangonia Park.
Our detectives and these teens’ families are still searching for answers and closure.
Anyone with information can DM us or call Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-457-TIPS.

Five years ago, on an August’s morning, three teens were killed at gunpoint. Martavious Elvis Brown, Se’Sawn […]

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35 year old Cold Case: Update

Earlier today, Sheriff Ric Bradshaw discusses new information on the 35-year-old Cold Case of Christy Luna.
Directly below is an update to this story:

Press Conference Follow Up: Earlier today, we announced that PBSO received a valuable lead in the 35-year-old Christy Luna Cold Case. We have updated information.
Posted by PBSO – Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office on Monday, August 5, 2019

 

‪Press Conference: Sheriff @RicBradshaw discusses new information on the 35-year-old Cold Case of Christy Luna. #TheLead
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The UNSOLVED Case of Mildred Matheny

On April 27th, 1985, a woman was killed. More than three decades later, The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office is still looking for her murderer. We turn to you for answers. We won’t give up until we solve the 34-year-old cold case of Lake Worth resident, Mildred Matheny.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Det. Cogburn at (561) 688-4063 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-458-TIPS (8477).

The Unsolved Case of Mildred Matheny
On April 27th, 1985, a woman was killed. More than […]

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Baby June found one year ago

Tomorrow marks the one year anniversary since Baby June was found in the Boynton Beach Inlet by an off-duty firefighter. A reward up to $10,000 is offered to anyone who can help identify who is Baby June and where her parents are. She was suffocated, thrown into the ocean and after one year since we found her, we still need answers.
Today we held a press conference with the detectives about updated information on the investigation of Baby June’s death:

Press […]

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Christy Luna: Missing 35 years ago

8-year-old Marjorie “Christy” Luna went missing 35 years ago, today. Join us as we explore the details of this case with detectives and with Christy’s mother, Jennie. Together, we could help solve this case and help bring Christy home.
Watch “The Lead Episode 2” about her story on YouTube:

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The Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office would like the public's help in solving a murder from earlier this year in Riviera Beach.

Riviera Beach Homicide- Tommy Lee Neal Jr.

Your heart will break after you hear the crying pleads from the family of Tommy Lee Neal Jr. who was killed in a Riviera Beach Homicide. Someone out there needs to come forward and bring justice and closure to this family.
FULL VIDEO: https://youtu.be/wQsTrZRawhQ 

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