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Detroit / Child Murders #47866

ABC Evening News for Friday, Mar 25, 1977
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(Studio) Detroit, Michigan, officials announce 1st murder-free week in 10 years But in Detroit suburbs, residents concerned with regard to recent child murders.
REPORTER: Barbara Walters

(Oakland Cnty., Michigan) Funeral of latest victim, Timothy King,noted. Children are told in school of hses. with signs showing helping hands, where they can go if in trouble. [WOMAN - tells children about signs.] [2nd WOMAN - doesn't trust anyone now.] Attitudes and reactions of parents noted. [3rd WOMAN - is concerned with regard to fate of killer.] [MAN - says child abuser shouldn't be allowed back in human race.] Police composite sketch of suspect shown.
REPORTER: Julie Eckhert

Eckhert, Julie;
Walters, Barbara

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