Highway Billboards Will Feature Unsolved Murders
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This week, the League City Police Department and Clear Channel Outdoor Americas (CCOA) held a press conference to unveil a new statewide campaign surrounding the unsolved Calder Road murders of two women.

The campaign will use messages on digital
billboards, donated by CCOA, regarding the murders of Donna Prudhomme and Audrey Lee Cook, both of whom were recently identified by the League City Police Department.

The two women are part of the decades-old, unsolved “Calder Road” murder cases, which include four female victims whose bodies were discovered along Calder Road starting in 1983.

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As I am a youtube Missing Person subscriber, I'm writing to say that within the two weeks before these latest identities were released, I watched a youtube that described Audrey Lee Cook's MISSING details and UNDETERMINED status. I have searched, since then, through many, many youtubes (compilationns, generally), but cannot find the right one yet. I want to offer that idea to anyone else, to be aware of Ms. Audrey in the venue. Might be a bit to help the police in that youtube.
Posted by Marie at 5/23/2019 11:46:21 AM

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