Catherine Blackburn, 50, was single and lived alone. People who knew her remember her as a sweetheart, always ready with a handful of candy for neighborhood kids returning home from school.
Relatives found her dead inside her home in September 1964. Investigators at the time compiled tons of information, but never caught her killer.
Today, the Albany Police Department has assigned a new team to this cold case. New technology -- as well as a pretty incredible coincidence -- have them optimistic they may finally solve the crime.
This #ColdCase13 file recaps what happened to Catherine and the new turns the investigation is taking today -- including new information they've been able to get from evidence that's been locked up in storage for decades.
Updated: July 10, 2019 06:22 PM
Created: July 10, 2019 03:11 PM
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