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  • Anne Mae Bancock, adopted daughter (1932 - d.)
    Anne Mae Bancock,8y, adopted daughter of John Rydelski and Helen Rydelski (born Junkrowski) Note : The search for her biological parents, husband and descendants is welcome. From
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  • Leslie Page Hickman (1942 - 1967)
    The [ Oregon State Police] is seeking the public’s assistance in helping solve a cold case from the late 1960s. Deceased person: Leslie Page Hickman, Male, Caucasian from Washington Coun...
  • Leopoldo Torres Melendez (deceased)
    DNA technology helps authorities identify remains of murdered man found in 1976 =LAKE COUNTY NEWS REPORTS POSTED ON SATURDAY, 02 OCTOBER 2021 05:01 LAKE COUNTY, Calif. — The Lake County Sheriff’s Offic...
  • Ronald Albert Shroy (1955 - 2021)
    Reference: Find A Grave Memorial - SmartCopy : Sep 24 2021, 19:58:14 UTC = SPECIAL REPORT: KILLING OF EUGENE TEENS SOLVED 44 YEARS LATER =

CeCe Moore uses her unique research skills to transform the face of crime-solving.

Other cases Parabon worked on, but may not be listed in the television show.

Season 1:

Episode 1: The Case of the Missing Lovebirds
Moore works with Seattle's Snohomish County Sheriff's Office on the double homicide of a young couple.

Episode 2: Hunt for the Runaway Killer Cece Moore helps crack a 1998 cold case involving the murder of Sherri and Megan Scherer, a mother and daughter from New Madrid, Mo.

Episode 3: Who Killed Angie Dodge? CeCe Moore's work on the 1996 murder of an 18-year-old in Idaho leads police to the potential killer.

Episode 4: The Deadly Playdate CeCe Moore identifying an eight-year old girl's killer.

Episode 5: The Phantom of Ramsey Street Cece Moore helps uncover the identity of a serial rapist through genetic genealogy.

Episode 6: "The Hot Case" CeCe Moore works her first active case, the rape of a 79-year-old woman, Carla Brooks by Spencer Glen Monnett.