From Gongwer

Thousands of additional unsolved homicide cases will be featured on a public database, as law enforcement agencies have responded positively to a new Ohio Unsolved Homicide Initiative, according to Attorney General Mike DeWine’s office.

Mr. DeWine announced Tuesday that law enforcement agencies from across the state have agreed to all their cold cases to the database, which is hosted on the Attorney General’s website. The initiative was launched in September.

According to Mr. DeWine’s office, the initiative will feature one cold case per month in an effort to generate publicity and encourage individuals to come forward with information.

Among the cases in the database are the unsolved homicides of Lora Davis and Gregory Haworth, a couple murdered in their Cincinnati apartment in 2006.

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