A couple murdered in Houston, Texas, 40 years ago has been identified, thanks to a team of researchers and a true-crime podcast producer — but their daughter remains missing.

Forensic-based research service Identifinders International announced on Wednesday that researchers had identified then-21-year-old Harold Dean Clouse and his wife, then-17-year-old Tina Gail Linn Clouse, as the victims of a 1981 murder case that was unsolved for exactly four decades.

“We are pleased the Forensic Science Institute placed its confidence in us and we could bring closure to the Clouse and Linn families. We thank audiochuck for their generous support in funding the work on this case,” Colleen Fitzpatrick, president of Identifinders International, said in a statement Wednesday.

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