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Byron Carr - New theory on a cold case

ByronCarr.jpgFor 25 years Byron Carr's family has waited for answers about his death. The school teacher was 36 years old when he was killed in his own home on November 11,  1988. He was strangled to death and stabbed. His killer has never been found.

Now, police have developed a new theory based on information from people who have come forward since investigators reopened the cold case 6 years ago. Police NOW believe a second man went to the house with the killer, about 12 hours after the murder, to try to find incriminating evidence. The CBC's Sally Pitt spoke with Byron's brother, John.

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