Sep 24, 2013
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WNPR Takes on Billy Smolinski Case, Issue of Missing Persons

WNPR Takes on Billy Smolinski Case, Issue of Missing Persons

Jan and William Smolinski of Cheshire believe their missing son, William “Billy” Smolinski Jr., was murdered. (2010 file photo: Mara Lavitt/Register)

Cold cases are frustrating to police and to family members whose loved ones disappear. Jan and William Smolinski of Cheshire have been looking for their son, Billy, for nine years. He disappeared in 2004.

That's the opening of the WNPR story linked to a segment Monday morning on John Dankosky's show "Where We Live" about missing persons in Connecticut and the Billy Smolinski case.

Speaking on WNPRs Where We Live, Jan Smolinski says while there are missing person cases that do not involve a homicide, they suspected foul play when he disappeared, the story says, adding, "She says the night he went missing, her son called another man who was dating Billy's girlfriend."

See the full coverage on WNPR.

WNPR Takes on Billy Smolinski Case, Issue of Missing Persons

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