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Sergeant Murray worked in the Maine Attorney General's Evidence Storage and Filing Department in the early 1980s.

He took a call from Dave Bowie in October of 1981 requesting the stored evidence pertaining to the death of James Cogan, at that time still unidentified. After checking the stamp on the bottom of a pack of cigarettes, Murray refered to Cogan as "the Colorado Kid," a nickname which stuck until Cogan was later identified.


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