Wednesday, August 27 marks 23 years since the disappearance of 17-year-old Robin Stone, who left home after her first day of senior year of high school never to be seen alive again. Stone’s body, along with the remains of her unborn child, were discovered less than a mile from her home four months after she disappeared.
Stone's family and more than 70 community members gathered on Wednesday night to show their support for the Guernsey County Sheriff's Office and Prosecutor Dan Padden, who recently began to reexamine the cold case. Relative Jeremie Edwards said that the renewed effort has brought the family hope:
Stone's case received national attention earlier this month when it was featured on TNT's "Cold Justice." Detective Capt. Jeff Paden said that people from the area and from around the country have come forward with new information related to the case since the program aired on August 1. Paden added that the Sheriff's Office continues to follow up on new leads.
Anyone with information regarding Robin Stone's murder is encouraged to contact the Guernsey County Sheriff’s Office at 740.439.4455.