BOULDER, Colo. (AP) - The police chief in Boulder, Colo., says the slaying of JonBenet Ramsey will be investigated as a cold case and everything done 12 years ago will be reviewed anew.
Chief Mark Beckner discussed the unsolved slaying at a news conference Monday afternoon after the district attorney's office transferred back to police the case it handled for six years.
Beckner said new technology gives investigators tools they didn't have in 1996 when the 6-year-old was found slain in her Boulder home. She was born in Atlanta and is buried in Marietta, Ga.
He said police would love to solve the case "for JonBenet so she can rest in peace."
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