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New Leads Investigated In Anderson Cold Case

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"My parents, they were at home and the police knocked on the door," says Ann Hollingsworth as she recalls the night her sister, Tina Hunter Milford, went missing.

Several days later, the 23-year-old Milford was found dead. She was killed on June 24, 1983 but her killer has never been found.

"We have not ruled out that it couldn't been someone in transit," says Deputy Chief Carl Anderson with the Anderson County Sheriff's Office.

Anderson was an investigator on the case and continues to look at new angles today, 30 years later. Before he retires, he wants the case solved.

New leads continue to come in through Crime Stoppers. Each lead is investigated, says Anderson.

"She would make you laugh, she was smart, she was musical," Hollingsworth says.

Milford was working at the Lil' Cricket Gas Station on Liberty Highway and Interstate 85 on June 24, 1983. Someone came into the gas station early in the morning around 3:00 a.m. and took her. Milford's body was found several days later dumped in a wooded area.

 

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