Franklin police seek fresh perspective in 1992 murder - WKRN News 2

Franklin police seek fresh perspective in 1992 murder

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FRANKLIN, Tenn. -

The Franklin Police Department is seeking help with a 22-year-old unsolved homicide case.

According to the Williamson Herald, the department is using a group of consultants to tap into the 1992 murder of Peggy Cox.

Cox was shot and killed February 1, 1992 while working at a Hardee's on Murfreesboro Road. She reportedly turned 49 that day.

Her then 20-year-old son was also an employee there. He was present when his mother was shot.

Detectives said they build and followed several leads since the murder, but none of those leads led to a possible suspect.

The case has been reviewed by several investigators.

Investigators plan to present information about the case to the Vidocq Society, named after Euqene Francois Vidocq, an 18th Century French detective.

They hope the group can bring new light to the case.

Anyone with information on the murder of Peggy Cox should call the Franklin Police Department at (615) 794-2513.

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