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29 January 2018
Cold Case Tuesday: The New York State Police in Olean continue to investigate the 1970 murder of Carol A. Fitzmaurice in the town of Allegany, NY.
 
 
NEW YORK STATE POLICE 
Major Edward J. Kennedy
Troop A Commander


  
 
 
PRESS RELEASE
 
Cold Case Tuesday: The New York State Police in Olean continue to investigate the 1970 murder of Carol A. Fitzmaurice in the town of Allegany, NY.
  
On October 20, 1970, Carol A. Fitzmaurice, age 23, was found murdered at her residence of 2678 West Five Mile Road in the town of Allegany, NY.  The victim was found by her husband, Daniel Fitzmaurice, when he returned home from work.  The deceased was stabbed multiple times in her abdomen and neck, during a struggle in the living room of the residence. 
 
During a search of the surrounding area the apparent murder weapon, a carving knife believed to be from the residence, was discovered in a creek behind the home (pictured). 
 
The investigation is ongoing. While State Police have continued to receive tips and information pertaining to the circumstances surrounding the incident, the identity of the perpetrator(s) of this crime are unknown.
 
Anyone with information regarding this investigation is asked to contact Investigator John Zeigler of the New York State Police Bureau of Criminal Investigation in Olean by calling (716) 372-2550.  Please refer to SJS # 3021514.

      
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