Digging Deeper: Cold cases, missing persons investigations stalled

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This coat was found when a teen’s body was found in Josephine County in 1971. She was finally identified as Annie Lehman, 16, of Aberdeen, Washington, March 14, 2019 (NAMUS)

CLACKAMAS COUNTY, Ore. (KOIN) — The news that a prolific DNA lab would no longer accept their cases sent investigators in Oregon and Washington into a tailspin.

KOIN 6 News spoke with forensic anthropologists in both states about how a fight over federal funding is impacting missing persons cases, unidentified remains, and even homicide investigations.

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