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July 6, 2013
Ten or fifteen years after Tuck’s murder, Davey received a hometown newspaper clipping in the mail.
It chronicled nearly 100 unsolved murders – a macabre cadre of cadavers in which Tuck was included.
The friend who sent said clipping
made note of the possible police progress
in the case, but didn’t wax overly enthusiastic.

Yes, at that point, it looked like the cowards would get away with it.

With this news in hand, Davey phoned up the County Police on a whim, lapsing into a surprisingly stimulating discussion with an officer – something Davey never would have considered previously! It went, well……