CLEVELAND (AP) — Cleveland police are again looking into the 1994 slaying of a 30-year-old woman after new information surfaced recently in the disappearance of another young woman around the same time.
Sgt. Sammy Morris tells The Plain Dealer (http://bit.ly/1clXSrT ) that police are "actively investigating" the unsolved strangulation of 30-year-old Pamela Pemberton in October 1994.
The newspaper says the renewed interest in the case may be connected to the discovery of remains in a wooded area near a highway exit ramp on Friday. An FBI evidence team discovered the remains not far from where Pemberton's body was found.
The medical examiner's office is working to determine if the remains are those of Christina Adkins, who was 18 and pregnant when she disappeared in January 1995.
Information from: The Plain Dealer, http://www.cleveland.com