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Citizens provide fresh leads in 2009 state death

ELKINS, W.Va. -- Police are pursuing fresh leads in their investigation of the 2009 death of an Elkins woman whose body was found in her burned truck in the Monongahela National Forest.

State police Cpl. K.A. Corley says the leads came from citizens after The Inter-Mountain published an article last November on the three-year anniversary of Pam Judy's death.

Corley tells the newspaper that the Elkins detachment has received numerous calls in response to the article. He encourages citizens who might have any information to contact state police.

Judy was last seen around 11:30 a.m. on Nov. 12, 2009, in her black truck at an insurance firm's office. Ninety minutes later, a hunter called the Randolph County E-911 Center to report a burning truck in the forest.

 


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