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Moore Search / Hit and Run Driver #471335

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jul 12, 1973
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(Studio) Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Moore have had more than their share of grief. Daughter Denise, killed by hit and run driver. Now Moore's getting threatening calls from man who says he killed Denise.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Chicago, Illinois) [Mrs. MOORE - says driver answered ad to find witnesses to hit and run death. He tells Moores to stop looking for killer because he can't give himself up.] Denise too precious to Moore's to drop their probe. Police say they have few clues and have been unable to trace call. Witness to hit and run accident says red semitruck hit Denise, but no license or identification obtained.
REPORTER: Rebecca Bell

Reporter(s):
Bell, Rebecca;
Chancellor, John
Duration:
00:01:40

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