Solution Elusive on Levy Case’s Second Anniversary

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On the second anniversary of Washington, D.C., intern Chandra Levy’s disappearance, police officers are “focusing on a few dozen sex offenders, including some in prison,” as possible suspects, the Washington Post says.

Skeletal remains of the 24-year-old Levy were found last year in the Rock Creek Park section of the city. The Post says investigators “have eliminated ‘several dozen’ predators as potential suspects but still have plenty more on a list of offenders who were in the Washington area” at the time Levy disappeared. It doesn’t sound like a solution is imminent. “Eventually, we’ll get a break,” says Police Chief Charles H. Ramsey.

Meanwhile, Levy’s mother Susan, of Modesto, Ca., “felt the cosmic connection” to another publicized case: the slaying of Laci Peterson, 27, the substitute teacher who vanished from her Modesto home in December. The Post notes that both “were vibrant, attractive young women who mysteriously disappeared.”


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