Sheriff's Office opens 1991 Robin Stone "Cold Case" Homicide
CAMBRIDGE, Ohio -- With the help of a nationally syndicated television show, the Guernsey County Sheriff's Office is investigating the cold case murder of a teenaged girl that took place 23 years ago. 17-year-old Robin Stone was last seen on August 27th of 1991, when she left home to study with a friend, but never reached her destination.
Stone's vehicle was found abandoned near a vacant house on Claysville Road a short time later, but authorities were unable to locate the victim. Eventually, Stone's body, along with the body of her unborn child, were found on December 28th of 1991 near a rural dirt road in Westland Township by two deer hunters.
Sheriff Mike McCauley says since that time detectives and deputies have followed numerous leads over the years in hopes of finding out what happened to Stone and her unborn child. Around a year ago, the television show "Cold Justice" heard about the Stone case and asked the Sheriff if they could bring in their crew of investigators to see if they could solve the mystery of what happened to the teen and her baby. The Sheriff says the show's team, along with his detectives, have worked together to attempt to break the case. DNA evidence has also been taken from a number of subjects alleged to be involved.
To date, no arrests have been made in the death of Stone and her child. A number of suspects, however, have been brought in for questioning this week. Due to the nature of their inquiry, neither the Sheriff's Office nor "Cold Justice" have released any details regarding the investigation. The show is scheduled to air sometime in mid-August on T-N-T.