Forensic team digs 9 feet deep, but no sign of missing woman Linda Seymour in Northbrook
Linda Seymour vanished in 1982. Investigators were back at her old house in Northbrook, Illinois, this week but said Saturday that after digging nine feet, no sign of her remains were found. They say there are currently no other leads in the missing person cold case.
NORTHBROOK, Illinois - Northbrook Police said on Saturday that no human remains were found in the search for a sign of missing woman Linda Seymour.
Seymour, 35, vanished in December, 1982.
The days-long search was conducted on Orchard Lane at her old house, which neighbors said is now owned by her son.
Northbrook Police said that forensic experts from the North Regional Major Crimes Task Force (NORTAF) dug about nine feet and found no sign of her.
Police said there are no other avenues of investigation at this time.
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Police continue dig in 1982 Northbrook cold case
Police continue to search the yard of a north suburban home as they look for clues connected to a 1982 cold case.
Northbrook yard searched in connection to 1982 cold case of missing woman
FOX 32's Joanie Lum reports...