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Coleman Captured #298192

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jul 20, 1984
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(Studio) Capture of Alton Coleman in Evanston, Illinois, reported.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Evanston, Illinois) Scenes of Coleman in police custody shown. Capture of Debra Brown also reported [Evanston police patrolman Mance WALKER - describes capture.] Circumstances of capture stated. [Resident Lavinia PRESSELY - tells of encounter with stranger asking directions.] Cincinnati, Ohio, scenes of murder of one of Coleman's alleged victims shown. Rapes and murders believed committed by Coleman recalled. Coleman said suspected of killing man in Indianapolis, IN. [Gary, IN, victim's Father Robert Williams - expresses relief that Coleman is caught.] [WALKER - is glad Coleman caught.] Coleman recalled as number 11 on FBI's most-wanted list.
REPORTER: Karen Stone

Reporter(s):
Rather, Dan;
Stone, Karen
Duration:
00:02:00

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