Jackley: Skeletal remains found in Studebaker driven by missing girls

This photo, provided by the South Dakota Attorney General's office, shows the 1960 Studebaker Lark as it was discovered in Brule Creek Monday. The car and its occupants, Pamella Jackson and Cheryl Miller, were last seen on May 29,1971.

This photo, provided by the South Dakota Attorney General’s office, shows the 1960 Studebaker Lark as it was discovered in Brule Creek Monday. The car and its occupants, Pamella Jackson and Cheryl Miller, were last seen on May 29,1971.

Attorney General Marty Jackley announced that skeletal remains, as well as other items, were found in the 1960 Studebaker Lark that was discovered Monday morning under a bridge on Brule Creek in northern Union County.

This story will be updated this evening.

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One Response to Jackley: Skeletal remains found in Studebaker driven by missing girls

  1. Pete says:

    God Bless the two young individuals and their families.

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