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Tue., 10:24 pm: Questions remain on woman's disappearance 20 years later

March 11, 2014
By VIRGINIA SHANK , Tribune Chronicle |


GIRARD Wednesday marks 20 years since Charlotte Nagi Pollis was reported missing, and family members said they haven't given up hope that one day someone will be held accountable.

"It's been 20 years of built-up frustration. It's like no one really cares anymore. But we care," her brother, Ali Nagi of Youngstown, said.

"I think about it every day. I look at her case every day. There are a lot of questions and I know there are people who have the answers. We're just hoping they finally come forward.

Nagi said he realizes the case went cold at least 15 years ago, but he's hoping that advances in technology and social media connections can help net new leads for investigators.

Pollis' husband, Paul Pollis, reported her missing from their Girard home on March 12, 1994. Charlotte Pollis, who was 28, has never been found.

Investigators have said they believe they know who is responsible, but they have never been able to gather enough evidence to prove it.

Read more in the Wednesday Tribune Chronicle.



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