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OPP to use high-tech 3-D technology to try to solve cold case

The OPP is hoping to re-invigorate the investigation into a cold case from almost 40 years ago.

Officials say they will use 3-D facial reconstruction technology to try to identify human remains found in Algonquin Park in 1980.

Ontario Provincial Police Commissioner J.V.N. (Vince) HAWKES will be joined at a news conference tomorrow by Detective Inspector Rob MATTHEWS of the OPP Criminal Investigations Branch, Forensic Anthropologist Dr. Kathy GRUSPIER of the Ontario Forensic Pathology Service and the OPP’s Forensic Artist/Reconstruction Analyst, Provincial Constable Duncan WAY.

It’s unclear which case this is but Police say more details including a 3D image of the victim will be released Wednesday.

 

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Pamela VanMeer is a two time winner of the prestigious Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA) Award. Her investigative reports on abuse in Long Term Care Homes garnered international attention for the issue and won the Ron Laidlaw Award. She is a former reporter and anchor at CHEX News, now Global Peterborough and helped launch the New CHEX Daily, a daily half hour talk show. While at CHCH News in Hamilton she covered some of the biggest news stories of the day.

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