Hoping to find answers instead of more questions, a local nonprofit is offering a monetary reward to people who have information that could turn three unsolved cases from "cold" to "solved." (Pictured above, the reward post for Zebb Quinn, a young man who went missing 12 years ago. Photo via the Families Pursuing Justice Facebook page)
Less than 1 percent of cold cases ever get solved. That doesn't stop Asheville detectives Yvonne Cobourn and Kevin Taylor. They've got 24 local cases on their desks, and the process is like nothing you've seen on TV. Fighting the odds, Detective Yvonne Cobourn says, "That challenge is what we embrace." (cover by John Zara)
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