Namus MP 536 www.findthemissing.org/en/cases Investigator to re-open 22-year-old murder case by: Rachel Stockman Updated: May 9, 2013 - 7:43 PM [...] Deborah Jean McKneely disappeared from her home in 1991, sometime after her two young children left for school. Investigators found traces of her blood inside her home and in a carport. There was also evidence of forced entry to the home. Her children discovered her missing, and reported to authorities. Investigators recovered her SUV in Decatur, which also contained her blood. The cold case will be re-opened after the Rockdale County Sheriff's Office swore in a new cold case investigator. He will be looking into 11 cold cases, and focusing next on McKneely's disappearance. "(We want) to see if there is something that crime labs can now do with DNA that wasn't available 17 or 21 years ago," cold case investigator Ronnie Godwin explained. (cont. at the link) http://www.wsbtv.com/news Police and Deborah's brother feel sure it was a case of domestic violence. She was to sign divorce papers the day she disappeared, and is believed to be deceased.