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One of Colorado’s most perplexing cold-cases has finally resulted in the arrest of Alan Lee Phillips for the Jan. 6, 1982 murders of Annette Kay Schnee of Breckenridge and Bobbi Jo Oberholtzer of Alma. Schnee was 21 years old, and Oberholtzer was 29.

Both victims were shot and their bodies were later discovered in Park County. Oberholtzer’s body was found one day after the murder near the parking lot atop Hoosier Pass, and Schnee’s body was found about six months after the murder in Sacramento Creek about 12 miles south of Alma. Read more

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