TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - We told you about the release of the Indiana Cold Case Homicide Playing Cards.
Well, these cards could be of use right here in the Wabash Valley.
Each of the 52 cards in the deck has a picture and information about unsolved murders and missing persons cases in Indiana.
Local law enforcement hopes these playing cards lead to tips on several of their unsolved cases.
"This is just one avenue that we're using. It lets the family know that we're doing everything possible to try and solve the crime that's occurred in your family," Sgt. Joe Watts, from the Indiana State Police said.
These cards are only available for purchase by Indiana inmates.
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