A 32-year-old cold case has turned hot and the Hampden District Attorney’s Office is now calling on the public for help.
It was December 26, 1990, around 7 a.m., when a Springfield Parks and Recreation Department foreman arrived for work at Blunt Park and found a woman’s body. That body was identified as 17-year-old Shana Price and it was determined that she was sexually assaulted, beaten, and strangled.
“We do not forget victims of homicide. Accordingly, it is our mission to seek justice for these victims of homicide and their families,” said Hampden District Attorney Anthony Gulluni.
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