LAPD Probes Old Crimes, Can’t Solve Black Dahlia

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About 680 killings are investigated each year by the Los Angeles Police Department. The LAPD operates a “cold case” homicide unit that reviews thousands of unsolved crimes from the 1960-to-1997 era. Some old high-profile cases stay in-house at the Robbery-Homicide Division, where they are distributed among two dozen robbery-homicide detectives when a veteran retires. “It’s
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