Thursday, April 12, 2007

Bay Village talks about Lamborgine

With the hightened interest in Ted Lamborgine, Bay Village police released this statement to the media last week:

"The Bay Village Police Department continues to explore all investigative avenues to develop leads in the homicide of Amy Mihaljevic. New technology is available today that was not available 17 years ago when Amy Mihaljevic was abducted and murdered. Likewise, it is not known what technology might be available in the future that could prove beneficial. Therefore, we continue to collect, preserve and analyze any and all potential evidence.

As a matter of practice, the Bay Village Police explores offenders with a history of molesting children. Bay Village Police is aware of the cases involving Theodore Lamborgine. Because his crimes involve children, we will pursue all investigative leads regarding Lamborgine, including the availablility of his DNA for future comparison purposes. Bay Village Police has no specific information connecting Theodore Lamborgine to the Amy Mihaljevic case.

The Bay Village Police Department, with the assistance of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, continues to work diligently on this case. Information recieved from the public will be vitally important to solving this homicide and we appreciate the efoorts of those who have helped to publicize this case and those who have provided law enforcement with information. ANyone with information should contact the Bay Village Police Department at 440-871-1234 or the FBI at 216-522-1400."

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I think the infighting is what gets most of these cold cases. Ted Lamborgine for instance. Havent heard much about him lately same reason. How can an investigation just be done when they havent proven he is the killer or not.