Police are asking the public for help in the six-year-long cold case of Megan Dyer-Maclean. Dyer-Maclean was last seen alive on June 2, 2018, before she was found dead along an old railroad track near her home two days later.

“We are working with a firm that specializes in Cold Case homicides they came in a couple weeks ago to do a full review of the case,” said Rensselaer County Sheriff, Kyle Bourgault.

The sheriff’s office took the NEWS10 crew behind the scenes to a never-before-seen murder investigation room to get a feel for that work and the work that continues to be done. “I have four and a half years left of my career to make my 20, but I plan on not leaving until this case is solved,” said Investigations Sargeant, Jamie Panichi.

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