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Mills family gets closure

65-year-old Raymond Joseph White was sentenced Tuesday to life in prison with no chance of parole for 15 years in connection with the killing of a mother and son near Sackville back in 1995. He admitted to murdering Mary-Lou Barnes and her 12-year-old sonm Larry Mills Jr.. We hear from the boy's father and one of the police officers who never gave up on the case.


Larry Mills Sr. (In cowboy hat) surrounded by the police officers who never stopped trying to solve the case. He thanked them all outside courthouse Tuesday. (Photo: Kate Letterick/CBC)

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