Farmington Hills Police Chief Jeff King has announced the launch of a webpage dedicated to solving cold case homicide and missing person investigations.
The Police Department currently has seven unsolved homicides dating back to 1974. The Police Department’s Detective Section has a team of devoted investigators whose mission is to bring justice to these victims and closure to their loved ones.
“Our goal is to let the families know we will never forget their loved ones, and let the perpetrators know we are dedicated to ensuring justice,” said Chief Jeff King. “I hope that putting this information out to the public will bring new information. The passing of time allows for decreased pressure for an otherwise reluctant witness to come forward. Please visit this webpage and help these families who have never gotten the justice or closure they deserve.”
Additionally, the Police Department has five open missing person investigations. By publicizing these cases, the Department hopes to develop information on their whereabouts.
“I cannot imagine the daily pain of not knowing where a family member is and whether they are safe,” said Chief King. “Our Police Department is dedicated to ensuring the missing persons are safely located.”
The public is encouraged to visit the Police Department’s Cold Case Homicide and Missing Person webpage at www.fhgov.com/coldcases
. Tips may be submitted through the website or by calling the Police Department Command Desk at 248-871-2610.