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AFTER MORE THAN 40 YEARS, THE MYSTERY OF WHAT HAPPENED TO TWO MISSING 17 YEAR OLD GIRLS FROM VERMILLION HAS BEEN SOLVED.

SOUTH DAKOTA ATTORNEY GENERAL MARTY JACKLEY CONFIRMED THE IDENTITIES OF THE REMAINS FOUND LAST SEPTEMBER IN A STUDEBAKER CAR DISCOVERED IN BRULE CREEK NEAR ALCESTER:


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JACKLEY REAFFIRMED THAT NO FOUL PLAY WAS INVOLVED IN THE GIRLS DISAPPEARANCE IN 1971, AND IT APPEARED THAT THE CAR THEY WERE IN WAS IN AN ACCIDENT.


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JACKLEY SAYS THERE WAS NO INDICATION THAT ALCOHOL WAS INVOLVED IN THE ACCIDENT.

CHERYL MILLER AND PAMELLA JACKSON WERE LAST SEEN IN THE CAR ON THEIR WAY TO A PARTY AT A NEARBY GRAVEL PIT.

JACKLEY READ A STATEMENT FROM FAMILY MEMBERS WHO WERE PRESENT AT THE NEWS CONFERENCE, BUT DECLINED TO BE INTERVIEWED:


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THE REMAINS WILL BE RETURNED TO THE FAMILIES FOR PENDING SERVICES.

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