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Tuesday, July 15, 2014

New "unsolved homicide" section on Durham Police website

Posted by on Tue, Jul 15, 2014 at 6:03 PM

The Durham Police Department has added a new "Unsolved Homicides" section on its website.

The section features descriptions of unsolved homicides, and more cases will be added every week, according to DPD.

“We know that there are people who have information about these unsolved homicides and we hope that they will come forward. These victims have not been forgotten and we want to continue to pursue justice for them and their families,” said Homicide Investigator Delois West in a DPD press release.

To report information about an unsolved homicide, call 919-560-4118 or email

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