Browsing: Cold Cases
Two decades after he drove off with an armored car full of cash in his native Britain, Edward Maher was recently discovered working as a cable installer in the small town of Ozark, Missouri. Question is: What became of all that stolen loot?
Breakfast reading from the Village Voice Empire: William Nickaboine was 19 years old when he was beaten, burned and cut to death on the Ojibwe reservation and dumped near a waste plant. A year has passed, and although there are strong clues leading to Nickaboine’s slaughterers, no arrests have been made. City Pages has the story.
Wasel Ali was last seen on August 22, 2007 on surveillance cameras at a Columbia, Maryland mall. He’d just been fired from a store at the mall for stealing clothes. His boss says he admitted to the thefts and also confessed that his twin brother, Wael, was in on the thefts…
Shannon Fischer, a mother of two, was murdered in Wisconsin in 2006. He ex-boyfriend was a suspect, but their was no evidence. The case went cold until four years later, when Michael John Burrows walked into a police station to confess. Crime Library has the story.