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PCSO HOMICIDE INVESTIGATORS NEED HELP SOLVING A 20-YEAR-OLD COLD CASE
 
Posted: 3/6/2018 12:00 AM
 

MEDIA RELEASE
CONTACT: Navideh Forghani (520) 866-5208

On November 17th, 1998, Amy Anderson was located deceased in the desert near the area of Interstate-8 and Stanfield Road.

Family members reported Amy missing 10 days before. To their knowledge, the last thing Amy did before she disappeared was drive a neighbor to the Circle K in Stanfield. She was never seen again. Her van was found the following day, abandoned at the Stanfield Elementary School.

“Amy lived in the Stanfield and Casa Grande area for many years. She was a wife and the mother of three children. Our detectives are frustrated and need to give her family closure after enduring two decades of unanswered questions.” Said Sheriff Mark Lamb. “If you know something, please do the right thing and come forward.”

If you have any information, please contact the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office at (520) 866-5111 or Silent Witness at (480) WITNESS.

Amy Anderson PCSO HOMICIDE INVESTIGATORS NEED HELP SOLVING A 20-YEAR-OLD COLD CASE
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520-866-5208
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