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45-Year-Old Cold Case Solved but No Justice for Family

Deborah Tomlinson’s murder had a bitter-sweet ending.

In 1975, Grand Junction in Mesa County, Colorado was hit with an onslaught of murders and was quickly dubbed The Killing Season. This December, one of those cases was finally closed.

Deborah Tomlinson via denver.cbslocal.com

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