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Huntington Beach police say they may have lead in 1968 slaying

Huntington Beach police said Tuesday that they may have received a lead in an unsolved 1968 slaying after detectives used Facebook to generate tips. Jane Doe in 1968

A person recognized a sketch of the female victim, dubbed "Jane Doe," and told investigators that the woman may been have been known as "Rosie," the Huntington Beach Police Department said.

The department said the person told investigators that Rosie lived in Long Beach and failed to show up for work one day and was never heard from again.

Anyone with information is asked to call Det. Mike Reilly at (714) 536-5940.


Huntingon Beach police turn to Facebook to help solve murder

-- Robert J. Lopez


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