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Feb. 20, 1997 Ga interviews, Shreveport letter - jameson245 - 01-30-2017

Feb. 20, 1997 - Ramsey Update #30
February 20, 1997
Leslie Aaholm/Kelvin McNeill
Media Relations / (303) 441-3090
Ramsey Case New Release Index
Ramsey Case #30 - Update for Feb. 20
Boulder police are not at a point in the investigation when possible suspects can be identified. There are no arrests pending and the investigation continues day-to-day with 8 detectives working on the case full-time.
The Boulder Police field investigative team, as you are aware, completed its work in Roswell, GA on Monday, Feb. 17. The investigators had no contact with Mr. John Ramsey or Ms. Patricia Ramsey during our coincidental visits to Georgia last weekend. We do not have specifics of who else may or may not have been interviewed.
A formal interview with the Ramsey family has not been scheduled and no timeline has been established for scheduling those interviews.
The investigators have left Georgia and remain out of state. As a matter of policy, we cannot provide an itinerary for the duration of their trip after leaving Georgia. Essentially, they are pursuing additional information in the case in various other cities.
Police have conducted more than 115 formal interviews both in Colorado and out of state.
Police have received more than 600 letters and 1,840 telephone calls concerning the case. Approximately 15% of these items require some form of follow-up by police.
The author of the letter which was postmarked in Shreveport, Louisiana, has not been positively identified.
The cost of the investigation is currently being funded out of existing police and communication department funds. City Manager Tim Honey is briefed daily on the case and the related fiscal impacts. Should there be a need to request additional funds, the City Manager will present this information to the City Council. The City Manager will, by the way, provide a comprehensive report on various budgetary issues to the City Council in April.