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CCSO reaches out to tipster in 1995 missing person cold case

The Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office Cold Case Unit is trying to reach the person who recently submitted an anonymous tip in the 1995 missing person cold case of Christine Flahive.

This past January marked 25 years since the last time Flahive was seen.

Despite conducting dozens of interviews and receiving dozens of tips over the last 25 years, they’re still left with more questions than answers. The unit is now investigating the case as a homicide.

They released the following message to the tipster:

We have received your entry and are interested in the information you supplied. The cold case unit believes that your information is important and would like for you to provide more details that we can follow up on.

Specific details will help the cold case unit investigate the 1995 missing person cold case of Christine Flahive and believe with your help, closure is attainable.

This may be accomplished by providing additional detailed information by the same method you recently used or by other means that you would be comfortable with, such as our free CCSO mobile app.

If you wish to use a different method, please submit that request via the online tip submission form.

Please know that the Cold Case Unit values your personal safety and recognizes that you wish to remain anonymous.

Anyone with information regarding the missing person cold case is urged to contact the Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office by calling 941-639-0013 or submitting an anonymous tip via the CCSO website or the CCSO’s free mobile app.

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