45 years after her murder in the US, young woman finally identified.

It’s taken almost 50 years, but authorities have finally identified a woman who was found dead in Massachusetts in 1978. Patricia Ann Tucker, then 28, was known for decades only as the “Granby Girl,” after the small town where her body was found. Las DNA samples from her child, who was 5 years old when she disappeared, helped identify Tucker. For decades, she was buried with a tombstone marked “Unknown.” Tucker’s body had been found shot to death, buried under leaves on a logging road, and her death was ruled a homicide. Investigators discovered that Tucker was married to Gerald Coleman at the time of her death, and he is a “person of interest” in the case.

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