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Update On 1971 Disappearance Expected On Tuesday

Update On 1971 Disappearance Expected On Tuesday

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South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley and officials from Union and Clay Counties will conduct a press conference on Tuesday to give an update on the case of two teenage girls who went missing in 1971.  The officials will discuss the forensic testing of the skeletal remains, the discovered vehicle, its contents, and the case status of Pamela Jackson and Cheryl Miller.  The two disappeared while driving to a party in rural Union County.  The car the girls were driving was found in a creek in September of last year. 

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