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State cold case unit reviewing murder of Goshen professor


Goshen Police are getting help from the Indiana State Police Cold Case Unit in an effort to solve the two-year-long case of a murdered college professor.

James Miller, a professor with Goshen College, was killed in his home in October of 2011.  His wife, Linda, was also injured in the attack.

No suspects have been found in the past two years, and now Goshen Police are getting fresh eyes on the case.  The Cold Case Unit will review all the details and see if they can uncover any new leads.

"The resources available to the Indiana State Police and their Cold Case Unit's vast experience in investigating offenses of this magnitude will be a great asset to our ongoing investigation," said Chief Wade Branson in a written release.

The Indiana State Police and the Goshen Police Department urge anyone with knowledge of the case to contact Detective Tom Littlefield 574-546-4900 or Detective Jennifer Pauls 574-533-8661. 

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