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.