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Local & Regional Cold Case Squad investigating 1977 Roseburg murder Cold Case Squad investigating 1977 Roseburg murder
In the early morning hours of January 13th, 1977, a woman was at work and made a call for help. During the call, voices could be heard in the background. When police arrived, she was found murdered behind the checkout counter.

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Local & Regional Cold Case Squad investigating 1977 Roseburg murder
In the early morning hours of January 13th, 1977, a woman was at work and made a call for help. During the call, voices could be heard in the background. When police arrived, she was found murdered behind the checkout counter.
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Weber is currently an administrator in Roseburg Public Schools' Teaching and Learning Department. She has worked in the Roseburg district for 25 years, first as a science teacher for 13 years at RHS and then as a principal in the Fir Grove and Eastwood elementary schools, according to the district.

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