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After 28 Years Investigators Still Search for Answers in the Case of Kimberly Simon's Death

Today marks the 28th anniversary of the day a 16 year old Whitesboro girl was found raped and brutally murdered along the Mohawk River. Investigators have tracked down hundreds of leads and interviewed multiple witnesses but are still left wondering who's behind the death of Kimberly Simon.
Today marks the 28th anniversary of the day a 16 year old Whitesboro girl was found raped and brutally murdered along the Mohawk River. Investigators have tracked down hundreds of leads and interviewed multiple witnesses but are still left wondering who's behind the death of Kimberly Simon.
One man spent 19 years in prison after being wrongfully convicted. Oneida County D.A. Scott McNamara says he still has an investigator on the case and he and his team chase any lead they can find. He says even after 28 years, Kimberly is still a priority.
"It's always on the forefront of my mind and I know my investigators' and actually a retired investigator from here that you know, they worked on it and we just hope that one of these days somebody will come forward and we believe people do know what happened,” said McNamara.
McNamara says the most recent lead in the case was about six months ago out of Florida.
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