NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH)– There are new details in the nearly 19-year-old murder case of Yale student Suzanne Jovin. According to the Hartford Courant, Assistant State’s Attorney Marcia Pillsbury and a team of detectives are once again investigating the case. They say a resolution is possible.
Sources told the Courant that Jovin’s clothing has been re-submitted for new DNA testing. The FBI is also involved, and new witnesses are being interviewed.
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In 1998, Jovin was found stabbed in New Haven’s East Rock neighborhood. She was last seen leaving the Yale campus about 30 minutes before.
No one was ever arrested in the case.