Conn. officials distribute cold-case playing cards in prison

HARTFORD - The state has begun distributing playing cards featuring unsolved crimes to prisoners.

One of the 52 cases featured is the unsolved murder of LaRay Moore, who was shot to death at Roodner Court in Norwalk back in 2006.

Families of victims such as Moore are applauding the program, and even asking investigators to consider expanding it beyond correctional facilities.

There are eight other murders or missing-person cases from southwestern Connecticut that are featured on the cards.

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