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Colorado Cold Case Revived: Beth Miller Missing At 14 Opens Investigation By Her Sister

Colorado Cold Case Revived: Beth Miller Missing At 14 Opens Investigation By Her Sister
Beth's sister Lynn McLaughlin said, "She had been admitted into a senior basketball school and she wanted to be in shape. (Photo: https://www.9news.com/)

Beth Miller was a 14-year-old teenager on a quest in the summer of 1983.

Beth’s sister Lynn McLaughlin said, “She had been admitted into a senior basketball school and she wanted to be in shape.

Colorado Cold Case Revived: Beth Miller Missing At 14 Opens Investigation By Her Sister

Beth’s sister Lynn McLaughlin said, “She had been admitted into a senior basketball school and she wanted to be in shape. (Photo: https://www.9news.com/)

Every day that summer, Beth Miller reportedly departed her Idaho Springs house to go running. And she went back home every day. every day but the one she didn’t. It was August 16, 1983, on that day.

Witnesses claimed that while Beth typically jogged with at least one other individual, she did so alone that particular day.

“I waited and waited for a call saying, “Don’t fear, we found her.” Never received that, never received that message, “said McLaughlin.

An extensive and well-publicized search was conducted in the air, on the ground, and in the foothills after Beth Miller’s parents reported her missing. It featured many organizations, workers, horses, and search canines.

Michael Miller, Beth Miller’s father, begged in 1983, “I’d like to urge anyone, anywhere, if they have seen anything that might help us find Beth to kindly inform your local law enforcement agency.”

The family begged for the corpse to be located, but Beth Miller’s body was never discovered. However, the enquiry went on. and carried on. and carried on.

“I would ask my folks if they have any clues or information,” the author said. said McLaughlin.

McLaughlin ultimately made the decision to act on her own after growing impatient with the lack of progress in the investigation into Beth Miller’s absence.

 

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