Louise Pietrewicz: Remains found in basement 50 years on
Authorities in New York state have identified the skeletal remains of a woman who vanished from her Long Island farming community over 50 years ago.
In October 1966 Louise Pietrewicz, 38 at the time, closed her bank account and left town with her then-boyfriend, police officer William P Boken.
Pietrewicz's bones were found two weeks ago buried under a Long Island home that Boken, who died in 1982, owned.
A newspaper's expose and documentary spurred renewed interest in her case.
The missing person's case was reopened last October after the Suffolk Times published an in-depth report and a... read more
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