Agents Take Another Look at Cold Case
The Marion County Sheriff’s Office will conduct a meeting between ICE agents and homicide detectives Wednesday to reevaluate the case of missing woman Christine Wiles.
The ICE agents are retired detectives that were part of the initial effort of several teams to reopen cold cases using federal grant money the sheriff’s office received in September of 2007.
Those teams consisted of ICE agents, detectives, evidence and DNA technicians and drug agents.
The meeting Wednesday will be a combined effort of the Marion County Sheriff’s Office, U.S. Forestry and the Medical Examiner’s Office to reevaluate the information regarding the disappearance of Christine Wiles.
The sheriff’s office believes it has exhausted every resource in an effort to find Christine and hopes by reintroducing her case to the agents and assisting agencies, new information will be uncovered.
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