The Ohio Bureau of Crim­i­nal Iden­ti­fi­ca­tion and Inves­ti­ga­tion has released find­ings about a shoe believed by fam­ily mem­bers to belong to mur­der vic­tim Nancy Eagle­son.

Author­i­ties say the shoe, which was found in Octo­ber at the for­mer Pauld­ing County Jail, now owned by pri­vate indi­vid­u­als, was tested for DNA, but no pro­file was obtained.

Word of the shoe’s dis­cov­ery reached the Eagle­son fam­ily who came back to the area to inves­ti­gate.

Nancy Lee Eagle­son was 14 when was kid­napped while walk­ing with her then 5-year-old sis­ter on their way home from a movie on Nov. 13, 1960.

A few hours later, her body was found by two hunters. She had been assaulted and was killed with a small-caliber bul­let. She is buried in Live Oak Cemetery.

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