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Police looking for leads in 16-year-old murder

New Haven police have scheduled a public forum in an effort to develop new leads in the 1998 unsolved killing of Yale University student Suzanne Jovin.  Jovin was a 21-year-old political science major

News 12 Staff

Dec 1, 2014, 6:09 PM

Updated 3,487 days ago

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New Haven police have scheduled a public forum in an effort to develop new leads in the 1998 unsolved killing of Yale University student Suzanne Jovin. 
Jovin was a 21-year-old political science major from Germany. 
Her body was found with 17 stab wounds slumped on a curb in the East Rock neighborhood, about two miles from where she was last seen on campus.
There is still a $150,000 reward being offered in the case.
The meeting is set for Wilbur Cross High School on Thursday, which is the 16th anniversary of Jovin's death.


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