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Experienced homicide detectives and specialized experts comprise the cold case task force of the Tulsa County Sheriff's Office, which examines more than 30 unsolved cases that continue to haunt the Oklahoma community. Their ultimate goal is finding answers and justice for victims and their families, and this series follows active investigations in real time. Led by retired Tulsa police sergeant Mike Huff, the task force focuses its resources on cases with the highest probability of being solved with fresh new leads and modern forensic technologies.

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America's finest come out of retirement to revisit the 1998 abduction and murder of 16-year-old Dena Dean and the rape and murder of 38-year-old Veda Woodson on a deserted road in 1973.
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On the Dena Dean case, the Task Force races to put the information they have collected towards prosecution; on the Veda Woodson case, a shocking new DNA breakthrough keeps this 45-year-old murder from going cold for good.
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On the Dean case, phones are confiscated with a new plan to comb through communications between persons of interest; on the Woodson case, Huff thinks a suspect's family may be hiding something.
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Mike Huff focuses on a young man who was Dena Dean's boyfriend in 1998 and on the people with whom she had contact before her disappearance.
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A devastated family recounts the horrifying moments leading up to the murder of Veda Woodson on a deserted road; on the Dean case, early investigators look into Dena's family only to arrive at a shocking conclusion.
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An effort to find Dena's friend, Brandi, may yield results; the discovery of a relationship fraught with tension in Dena's life prompts the Task Force to take a fresh look at alibis.

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