BOULDER, Colo. — Authorities in Boulder, Colorado have completed an extensive review of the JonBenét Ramsey case, marking 27 years since the tragic incident occurred. The 6-year-old beauty pageant contestant was found murdered in the basement of her family’s home, and her killer has never been brought to justice.
The Boulder Police Department, in collaboration with the Colorado Cold Case Review Team, aimed to generate new investigative recommendations and explore updated technologies and forensic testing to potentially uncover new leads. The team digitized all evidence in the case and collected over 21,000 tips, more than 1,000 interviews, and samples from more than 200 individuals, including DNA, fingerprints, and shoeprints.
The collaboration between the Boulder Police Department, the Boulder County District Attorney’s Office, and the Colorado Cold Case Review Team has been instrumental in re-examining the case with a fresh perspective. Through the joint efforts of multiple agencies, new recommendations and investigative updates are being pursued to find the truth behind JonBenét Ramsey’s tragic murder.
The case has garnered widespread attention over the years, leading to numerous theories and speculation about the identity of the perpetrator. Despite the passage of time, authorities remain committed to pursuing all possible leads and exploring advancements in forensic science to solve this high-profile cold case.
Efforts to prepare evidence for future testing are currently underway, as authorities continue to urge anyone with information related to the case to come forward. The overarching goal remains to pursue justice for JonBenét Ramsey, as the investigation into her murder continues to unfold.
The Boulder Police Department, along with the Boulder County District Attorney’s Office, express their commitment to providing the community and the family with investigative updates as new evidence emerges, underscoring their determination to seek closure for this tragic case.