The murder of JonBenét Ramsey will be investigated again by the police.
A new team of experts to investigate the murder of JonBenét Ramsey, which occurred in 1996. They hope to solve the case.
Prior to the 26th anniversary of the 6-year-old’s mysterious death, the Boulder Police Department announced that they would be working with the Colorado Cold Case Review Team to continue to seek answers.
Since JonBenét was killed, detectives have examined tips, letters and emails from more than 21,000 people. The Boulder Police Department said in a statement on Wednesday, “We have traveled to 19 states to speak to or interview more than 1,000 people. “
JonBenét, a child beauty queen, went missing from her family home in Boulder, Colorado, on December 26, 1996. Her mother reported her missing after finding a strange note asking for $118,000 in exchange for the girl.
Later that day, her father, John Bennett, found her in the family’s basement.
The ransom note seemed to have been written by JonBenét’s mother Patsy, but a police investigation in 2008 cleared both parents when DNA from an unknown third party was found on JonBenét’s pajama pants.
The Boulder Police Department will look into the case with the help of both the cold case team and private DNA labs. The cold case team is made up of professional investigators, analysts, and forensic experts from all over the state.
The police said that the team is “another tool to help with homicide investigations in cold cases.”
“This crime has hurt a lot of people, and we won’t stop looking for JonBenét’s killer until we find him,” Police Chief Maris Herold said on Wednesday.
“That means following up on every lead and working with other police departments and DNA experts from around the country to solve this sad case.” This investigation has always been important to the Boulder Police Department, and it always will be.
John Andrew Ramsey, JonBenét’s half-brother, who was 23 when she died and wasn’t in Colorado, called the move “interesting” in a tweet on Wednesday.
He wrote, “This is good.” “Moving forward. To catch a killer will take more work, but it can be done.”
In recent years, John Andrew has joined his father in asking police to use newer, more advanced technologies to try to solve the cold case.
An autopsy done after JonBenét’s death showed that she had been strangled and hit in the head. The Boulder City Medical Examiner said that her skull was broken by 8 1/2 inches.
Nobody has ever been accused of killing her.