Three people face charges of impeding an investigation of the 40-year-old slayings of two Maryland sisters.
Police have served a search warrant at a home in Maryland and seized items as part of a continuing investigation into the 40-year-old kidnapping and killings of two sisters.
The 58-year-old man recently charged in the murder of two young girls who disappeared from a Maryland mall in 1975 told police the sisters were abducted so they could be sexually exploited by him and his uncle, police announced in a news conference on Thursday.
The indictment of a suspect in the 40-year-old slaying of two sisters who were abducted from a Maryland mall leaves prosecutors with a challenging task.
A man has been formally charged with two counts of first degree murder related to the 1975 disappearance of Maryland sisters.
A perjury charge stemming from an investigation into the 1975 disappearance of two Maryland sisters is heading to a Bedford County grand jury.
Authorities are conducting a new search on a Virginia mountain for the remains of two Maryland sisters who disappeared in 1975.
Authorities are asking for the public’s help after releasing new information on Wednesday in connection with the 1975 disappearance of the Lyon sisters.
A sex offender told investigators he left a Maryland shopping mall with two young sisters who disappeared in 1975 and later saw his uncle sexually assaulting one of the girls, according to newly unsealed police affidavits.
Police have named a second person of interest in the case of two missing sisters from Maryland who were abducted nearly 40 years ago.