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Valley News Digest with CATV: Jim Kenyon investigates an unsolved death (Episode 11)

  • Phil Lahar, the brother of Eric Lahar who was killed by a still unsolved hit-and-run in 1977, is holding a Hartford High School graduation photo of his brother at his home in Vienna, Va., on July 9, 2019. Eric Lahar's 1966 yearbook, his group photo with the Rutgers Glee Club and a childhood picture with Phil in front of the family fireplace is also shown. Phil Lahar is hopeful that newly released CSI information and an outpouring of public interest will lead to the identification of who hit Eric Lahar. (Yon Chung photograph)

Published: 7/18/2019 11:21:06 AM
Modified: 8/22/2019 1:41:34 PM

This week on Valley News Digest, news editor John Gregg talks with news columnist Jim Kenyon about his story on a hit-and-run accident in Norwich from the summer of 1977 that remains unsolved.

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