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Two Unsolved Slayings Still Being Investigated in Region 8

MOUNTAIN HOME, AR - Authorities in north Arkansas are still investigating two unsolved slayings, that of Dr. David Millstein, who was killed last year in Mountain Home, and that of Rebekkah Gould, who was found dead near Melbourne in 2004.

Mountain Home Police Chief Carry Manuel says he believes an arrest will be made in Millstein's slaying, but he says the investigation is still moving slowly.  Millstein was found dead of stab wounds at his home in Mountain Home. 

The 22-year-old Gould was found dead near an embankment off Arkansas Highway 9 near Melbourne.  Police believe she was killed on September 20, 2004, at a home near Guion.

Izard County Sheriff Tate Lawrence says investigators have persons of interest and that he needs a little more information before issuing an arrest warrant.

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