Progress in 1975 cold case
WASHINGTON- Police say they are making progress in the case of two sisters who disappeared from a mall in 1975 in suburban Maryland.
Katherine and Shelia Lyon went to a mall and never came home. They were 10 and 12 at the time.
Now, the FBI evidence recovery team will conduct more forensic digs in the Taylor Mountain area of Virginia. They've focused on one piece of property for the last year, owned by one person of interest in the case.
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