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Cold Case: Police still purse leads in Johns Hopkins grad student's slayings

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The disappearance of a Johns Hopkins University graduate student once gripped the region and became known as the "Route 29 Stalker" investigation, but 17 years later her case remains unsolved. On March 2, 1996, the 25-year-old Alicia Showalter Reynolds was driving along Route 29 to Charlottesville to shop with her mother. She never made it. Reynolds' body was found two months late, and her...

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