Police have ‘new evidence’ in Lindsay Bogan death

Police have ‘new evidence’ in Lindsay Bogan death

Middletown police have “possible new evidence” that they hopes leads to the person who killed a Middletown woman.

Lt. Jimmy Cunningham told this news outlet that police will process “numerous media devices” next week, trying to determine if there is any information regarding the death of Lindsay Bogan.

Through a search warrant issued this week, Middletown police obtained the devices, according to Cunningham. He declined to describe the devices seized or where they were recovered.

Middletown police have searched a residence on Woodlawn Avenue multiple times for evidence that Lindsay Bogan died in the basement of the home, this news outlet previously reported.

Detectives believe Bogan may have been dead in the house for about a week, before her body was moved, Cunningham previously said.

The 30-year-old Middletown woman was reported missing by her boyfriend Eric Sexton in September 2015. Bones positively identified as Bogan’s were found by a farmer plowing a field in Madison Twp. in July 2016.

He said Middletown police have spent months searching for the person responsible for Bogan’s death.

He said police have worked with the Butler County Sheriff’s Office, the FBI and area law enforcement agencies.

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