NY - Louise Pietrewicz, 38, Southold, 6 Oct 1966

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    [h=1]Skeletal Remains Buried 7-Feet Deep Thought To Be Missing Mom[/h][​IMG]
    Read more: https://patch.com/new-york/riverhead/skeletal-remains-found-north-fork-basement-cops


     
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    http://longisland.news12.com/story/37763063/skeletal-remains-found-in-basement-of-southold-home
     
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    http://www.foxnews.com/us/2018/03/2...t-may-belong-to-woman-missing-since-1966.html
     

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    jessr927 Kim Raffo 2/12/71 - 11/20/06

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    This case has haunted me for awhile now. Louise was a stunning woman. My heart breaks for her daughter and brother but I am so glad they finally have answers.
     
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    [h=1]After 51 years, Middletown woman hopes for closure[/h]
    http://www.recordonline.com/news/20180323/after-51-years-middletown-woman-hopes-for-closure
     
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    Missing Woman's Remains Apparently Found Under Boyfriend's Old House 51 Years After She Vanished
    http://people.com/crime/missing-long-island-woman-louise-pietrewicz-found-buried/
     
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    I’m really glad the Suffolk County law enforcement never gave up on Louise Pietrewicz’s case and agreed to the dig. It gives me hope for other more recent cold cases here that I worry will remain a file in the cold case files.

    I’m glad Louise’s loved ones can give her a funeral now and know what happened even though it is a terrible and tragic development.
     
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    It's sad that it took 50+ years for LE to find Louise in a place they should have searched on day 1. But I'm glad that her brother and daughter now know the truth. RIP, Louise.
     
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    I'm happy her daughter got to find out what her heart already knew: that her mother would never "just leave" her.
     
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    I agree. Such a heart-breaking story. Frustrating that the accused is also deceased. Would have liked to see justice served. That is such validation...closure for her. Amazing story!


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    Such a tragic story. This unfortunate woman literally ran from a violent dangerous husband to a murderer. Her daughter now knows that her mother loved her and didn't abandon her. Her heart is now at peace. :rose:
     
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    It is a tragic case, but her daughter Sandy knows now that her mother didn't abandon her. She knows the truth now. RIP Louise.... :rose:
     
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    This case has a lot of similar elements to the LISK case. The crooked SCPD cop who killed her sounds just Burke, she was buried wrapped in burlap and her purse was found in Manorville! spooky
     
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    It seems things have not changed much , huh?!!!!
     

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