Transcript for Police in UNC Murder Case to Release Investigation Details
New wrinkles on an unsolved murder case. Two years ago today, a college student from North Carolina was found dead in her apartment. Now police are hoping new fgs that police are releasing will help them solve the murder. Reporter: Good morning, Paula and Dan. Police have been keeping the investigation into the murder top secret. They now say they have strong evidence but need the public's help tying it to the killer. For the first time if two years, chapel hill police are releasing the gruesome details of their investigation into the murder of university of North Carolina student page hethpeth. Her killer's DNA at the crime scene and all over the apartment, but they still haven't found match leading them to the 19-year-old's killer. We lack the key piece of information that can help us connect the strong case with the killer. Reporter: Police unveiling this note they say left behind by the murder. The words I'm not stupid, expletive, jealous, scribbled on the back of a fast food bag. Her father conducting an investigation of its own. As long as I have breath, I won't stop look. Reporter: The sophomore studying at the campus library until midnight. Then heading to bar with her roommate. The two returning home around 2:30 A.M. Her roommate leaving at 4:30. Later that morning, at 11:00, calling 911 after she discovered faith's murdered body. Hoping someone saw her when they arrived back at the apartment. I'm trying to friger things in people's mind. To help them thing nothing is too little to report. Reporter: Police say they're confident a lead will come in. If the killer is hearing this message, we will catch you. Reporter: Over the last two years, police have asked persons of interest to provide DNA swabs to compare the profile from the crime scene. Police reminding the public that faith may have known her killer. He may have shown interest in the case or left the area suddenly. They say just one cold fact is keeping them from solving this case. Let's hope they generate new leads by going public. Another look at the
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