TULSA, Okla. — Quick Facts:
- The murder of Veda Woodson, called Susie by her family, is unsolved
- The 38-year old was found raped and strangled in July of 1973
- Four decades later newly discovered DNA evidence was tested and linked investigators to a person of interest
- Investigators say Stanley Clabough is a person of interest and they believe he is in the Tulsa area.
- Anyone with information about Woodson's death or Clabough's involvement should call TCSO's Cold Case Task Force at 918-596-5723.
For decades the case went unsolved. Her murder is the oldest cold case at the Tulsa County Sheriff's Office. Now, new evidence led to a person of interest.
The TCSO Cold Case Task Force is taking a new look at her death and forensics testing on one piece of evidence led to DNA evidence. They identified a person of interest Oct. 2, 2018.
Investigators say the man identified, Stanley Clabough, 78, came up early in the investigation.
Investigators think Clabough is still in the Tulsa area. They have to wait until they submit new evidence to district attorney's office to seek a warrant.
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