It’s been 12 years since a Kauai woman was murdered. The Hawaii State Teachers Association (HSTA) recently announced that police might be getting closer to solving the crime.

Amber Jackson, 57, had been missing for several days before her body was found by hunting dogs in a remote location in Kealia on July 3, 2010. Her killer was never identified.

“We have not given up in our pursuit to find the suspect(s) involved in this appalling tragedy,” said Investigative Services Bureau Assistant Chief Bryson Ponce in the announcement. “What keeps us going and what has given us hope is that, even though it’s (over) 10 years later, there are evolving scientific methods that are being undertaken to potentially help discover the killer(s).”

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