“Decades-Old Cold Case in Northern Kentucky Gets a Breakthrough: Sheriff’s Office to Give Update”

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The Boone County Sheriff’s Office in Northern Kentucky held a press conference to provide an update on a decades-old cold case. The case involves the 1988 murder of 18-year-old Christopher Green, whose body was found in a creek in Rabbit Hash, Kentucky. The case has remained unsolved for over 30 years despite numerous leads and investigations.

During the press conference, officials revealed that they have identified a suspect in the case who is now deceased. They did not release the name of the suspect or provide any further details about how they identified them. However, they did say that they believe the suspect acted alone and that the investigation is ongoing.

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Sheriff Michael A. Helmig expressed his hope that the resolution of the case will provide some closure for Green’s family and the community. He also thanked the investigators and other officials who have worked on the case over the years.

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The Boone County Sheriff’s Office has been using modern investigative techniques such as DNA testing to try and solve the case. They also issued a plea to the public for any information that could help with the investigation.

The press conference received significant media coverage and generated interest in the case both locally and nationally.

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