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Florida cold case: Three murders never solved

A cold case is any criminal investigation by law enforcement that has gone unresolved (generally) for at least one year and has been closed as a result of routine investigation.

The three victims below need your help. These victims and their families have not been served justice, and you can help.

Case number: 85-41671
Date/Time: October 7, 1985 at 12:05 am
Location: 9301 – 49 Street Lot 161, N Pinellas Park, FL
Victims: Virgil, Donald; W/M 51 years old

On October 7, 1985, Donald Virgil was found strangled to death inside his residence located at 9301 - 49 Street North Pinellas Park.  A fire was set on his residence in an attempt to destroy evidence.  Victim Virgil lived alone in his mobile home and did not drive.  Virgil is also known to frequent the local bars in the Haines Road area.

On October 7, 1985, Donald Virgil was found strangled to death inside his residence located at 9301 – 49 Street North Pinellas Park. A fire was set on his residence in an attempt to destroy evidence. Victim Virgil lived alone in his mobile home and did not drive. Virgil is also known to frequent the local bars in the Haines Road area.

Case number: 89-65929
Date/Time: November 15, 1989 at 7:17 am
Location: 47 N Street at 112 Avenue N Pinellas Park, FL
Victims: Loughlin, Darlene; W/F 22 years old

On November 15, 1989, Darlene Loughlin's body was found wrapped in a roadside rug at 47 Street North and 112 Avenue North in Pinellas Park.  Loughlin's last known address was 3660 - 5 Avenue North in St.Petersburg.  It is believed that Loughlin may have been murdered in a hotel room at the LeMark Charles Hotel located at 6200 - 34 North Street in Pinellas Park.  The immediate cause of death was determined to be asphyxiation.

On November 15, 1989, Darlene Loughlin’s body was found wrapped in a roadside rug at 47 Street North and 112 Avenue North in Pinellas Park. Loughlin’s last known address was 3660 – 5 Avenue North in St.Petersburg. It is believed that Loughlin may have been murdered in a hotel room at the LeMark Charles Hotel located at 6200 – 34 North Street in Pinellas Park. The immediate cause of death was determined to be asphyxiation.

Number of cases: 99-30232
Date/Time: December 26, 1999 from 3:30 – 7:02 am
Location: 5461 – 65 Avenue N Pinellas Park, FL
Victims: Jones, Brannon; W/M 17 years ag
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On December 26, 1999, Brannon Jones was found dead inside his vehicle by the Fire Department, which responded to the residence because of a vehicle fire.

On December 26, 1999, Brannon Jones was found dead inside his vehicle by the Fire Department, which responded to the residence because of a vehicle fire.

Jones suffered severe burns in the fire; however, the cause of death was determined to be traumatic brain injury.

There is no sign of a struggle inside or outside the mansion where Jones lives with his family.

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