New development in high profile case

There has been a new development in a high profile case, and Wilmington Police are asking for your help. They are looking for a person of interest, a man seen several times in the general area along Carolina Beach road where the skeletal remains of two women were found in April. It is believed the remains may be those of Alison Jackson Foy and Angela Rotham, although DNA results have yet to be confirmed by a Texas lab. Late this afternoon, Wilmington police released this sketch of a man they think may know something about the remains. The bones were found in late April by a man walking in the woods. The remains were sent to a crime lab in Chapel Hill, and in mid-may, the remains were sent to a lab in Texas. There, DNA information will be uploaded in to a national data base for identification. Today, Wilmington police would only read this written statement about the sketch: Detective Mike Overton said, "The man depicted in this drawing was seen several times in the general area along Carolina Beach Road where human skeletal remains were found in April of this year. Witnesses that saw this man provided the description for this composite sketch. We would like to interview the man to determine if he has any information valuable to our ongoing investigation. Anyone who recognizes this man or may have seen him is asked to call the Wilmington Police Department at 910-343-3600." Police refused to answer any other questions, simply saying that statement was all they were prepared to say at this time.

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