Help From Public Could Bring Closure To Cold Cases

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16 years is a long time to be looking for answers about a loved one, but a woman in Watertown is still trying.    

In 2001, Pam Dunn disappeared from her Watertown apartment and her ex-boyfriend was later sentenced to life in prison for kidnapping. Today, Dunn’s half-sister Deb Toth is still trying to find out what happened to her.   

“The hurt and the missing her are still there. There’s no way I’ll ever, ever get over missing my sister,” Toth said. 

Cold cases like Pam Dunn and Tammy Haas are just two of several unsolved deaths and disappearances with ties to South Dakota. In tonight’s Eye on KELOLAND, Kelli Volk will show you how the public may be the key to solving this case and others. 

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