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The Town of Madison Police Department Seeking New Information in 1986 Cold Case Homicide

 

News Conference TOMORROW at Town of Madison Police Department

 

MADISON — Town of Madison Police Chief Scott T. Gregory has announced the department, in coordination with the Department of Justice (DOJ) – Division of Criminal Investigation (DCI), will hold a news conference tomorrow regarding the 1986 unsolved armed robbery and homicide of University of Wisconsin-Madison student Andrew M. Nehmer.

 

News Conference

April 10, 2013

10:00 am

Town of Madison Police Department

2120 Fish Hatchery Road

Madison

 

Nehmer was 20 years old when he was stabbed to death while working as a clerk at the Open Pantry Food Mart, located at 2201 South Park Street.  His body was found in the early morning hours in the store’s parking lot on Tuesday, April 22, 1986.  The Town of Madison Police Department is working with the Division of Criminal Investigation (DCI) Cold Case Unit to solve this case.

 

Members of Nehmer’s family, Town of Madison Police Chief Gregory and Dave Matthews, administrator of the Division of Criminal Investigation at the Department of Justice, will be in attendance for tomorrow’s news conference.  Media are encouraged to attend. 

 

Anyone with information about this case should contact the Town of Madison Police Department at 608-210-7262, or after hours at 608-661-8477.