New lead in 28-year-old cold case for Salt Lake police
By Pat Reavy January 18th, 2012 @ 12:52pm
SALT LAKE CITY — Frank Frost was 6 years old when his older sister disappeared.
For almost 28 years, no one from his family has heard from Debra Frost, who was 17 at the time she went missing. But Frank Frost said he has never given up hope that the mystery of what happened to his sister would be solved.
"I just refuse to give up," he said.
That patience and persistence in contacting authorities and news media may be paying off as Salt Lake City police have announced they have a new lead in the case.
Investigators say they received an anonymous tip about a year ago concerning the disappearance of Debra Frost who went missing on July 9, 1984. That tip lead them to Rock Springs, Wyo. where she had some sort of contact with police on July 21, 12 days after she was last seen, said Salt Lake Police Sgt. Josh Ashdown.
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