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"The last time I saw my sister alive was Sunday, Nov. 21, 1971," said Janet Gloddy Young, the sister of victim Kathy Lynn Gloddy. "It makes 48 years now."
There are 128 unsolved murders classified as cold cases in New Hampshire. State Attorney General Gordon MacDonald said recent advances give investigators opportunities to close cases that were once considered unsolvable.
"New technologies and new forensics literally every day provide new opportunities in many of these cases," MacDonald said.
If the bill is passed, the two attorneys would cost the state $220,000 in fiscal year 2020. MacDonald said it's a price that should be paid.
"Our victims deserve justice," he said. "Our 128 families deserve answers."