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Society: Crime: Unsolved




The Doe Network
An international source of information about missing persons and unidentified victims.

Fugitive Information Center
The ultimate resource for law enforcement and other related agencies.

Georgia Bureau of Investigation
Unsolved homicides, unidentified remains and missing persons.

High Profile Unsolved Crimes
A listing of infamous unsolved crimes in the Los Angeles area.

Investigate Mystery List
Designed for the discussion of unsolved mysteries and other crimes.

Most Wanted and Criminal Investigations
Compendium of sites from all over the Internet, where assistance is being sought in solving crimes.

North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation
Unsolved crimes in North Carolina.

Ralph Osburn Case
The unsolved homicide of Ralph Osburn in Tulsa, OK in 1988.

Reward-Offer.com
Provides an international medium for the publication of rewards offered for public assistance for unsolved crimes, lost or stolen property, missing persons.

Unloved Crimes
Virtual crime solving site of cold cases in Los Angeles County, emphasizing criminalistics and forensic science to solve homicides.

U.S. Most Wanted Criminals
A hyperlinked listing of national and local most wanted criminal and fugitive pages.

Vidocq Society
Members try to solve unsolved crimes, particularly murder.

WeTip.com
Online resource to report criminal activity anonymously regarding unsolved murders and wanted criminals.

Who Murdered Tommy Holmes?
Summary, documents, questions, news reports, and links related to the mysterious murder of Thomas C. Holmes of McKeesport, Pennsylvania.

World's Most Wanted
Organized to help law enforcement agencies utilize the Internet more effectively.

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