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Missing Girls’ Deaths An Accident

Missing Girls’ Deaths An Accident

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The over forty year old case of two missing Vermillion girls has been closed. Pam Jackson and Cheryl Miller were last seen on the evening of May 29th, 1971, heading toward a party near Alcester. A car with their remains inside was found in Brule (brew-lee) Creek last September.

South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley said they have determined it was an accident…

 

Jackley said they wanted to bring closure to the families…

 

Jackley, at the news conference at the Union County Courthouse, read a statement from the Miller family…

 

Jackley said the remains were in Sioux Falls, and arrangements were being made to return them to the families for burial.

 

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