Here's one I couldn't find on WS. Authorities found Angela Steeles body on June 4, 1999 after receiving a 911 call from her husband indicating that he discovered a badly burned car near his home that he believed to be his wifes vehicle. Responding deputies with the Wyandot County Sheriffs Office found the 30-year-old womans remains in the front seat of the charred car along Township Road 94 in Masreilles Township. Investigators later determined that the scene had been staged to give the appearance that Steele had been involved in a traffic accident. The person who murdered Angela Steele also robbed her two young children of a mother, said DeWine. The victims daughters have lived 13 years without knowing who killed their mom, and we hope someone will step up and provide some answers. Due to the extreme heat of the fire, an autopsy could not determine how Steele was killed, but her death was ruled a homicide and the fire was found to have been intentionally set. Wyandot County Sheriff Mike Hetzel and I appreciate the attention Attorney General DeWines initiative has brought to our case, said Wyandot County Prosecutor Jonathan Miller. We are hopeful new information from the public will help bring Mrs. Steeles killer to justice. Anyone with details on the murder of Angela Steele should call the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation at 855-BCI-OHIO (855-224-6446) or submit a tip via the Attorney Generals Ohio Unsolved Homicides Database located at http://www.ohioattorneygeneral.gov/Law-Enforcement/Police-Officer/Cold-Case.aspx. http://www.logandaily.com/news/more...cle_b934f449-4639-5bba-9a05-6ebf2eebcc15.html The link above is to an article about over 1,000 cold cases being added to database in Ohio. The information about Angela is towards the bottom of the article.