Woman Still Looking For Answers In Watertown Cold Case

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There are currently about 30 open, unsolved deaths or disappearances with ties to South Dakota, according to Attorney General Marty Jackley. 

One woman has been on a 16-year search for answers about her half sister. 

Deb Toth has been working to find out what happened to Pam Dunn since she disappeared from her Watertown apartment in December 2001.

Dunn’s former boyfriend, Dave Asmussen, is currently serving a life sentence for kidnapping, but Toth wants the rest of the story. 

She won’t leave Watertown until she finds it. 

“My aim is staying here at least until Pam is found or something. We need our closure,” Toth said. 

In tonight’s Eye On KELOLAND at 10, Kelli Volk talks with Toth and others who are looking for answers.

If you have any information about this cold case or another case, contact your local law enforcement agency. 

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