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The surviving family members of murder victims whose cases have gone cold offered heart-wrenching accounts of loss at a legislative hearing on Tuesday, hoping to convince lawmakers to expand the state’s Cold Case Unit by adding two more attorneys.
Kathy Lynn Gloddy, 13, was last seen on the evening of Nov. 21, 1971, near downtown Franklin. Her body was found the next day.
“I will never give up faith that the people who killed my sister will be brought to justice,” said Janet Gloddy Young, whose sister, Kathy Gloddy, was found raped and beaten to death in 1971 in the woods off Chance Pond Road in Franklin.
“Her case has never been solved, but I know in my heart that it still can be,” she said.