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NecroSearch is a non-profit organization that specializes in the search for clandestine gravesites.

The NecroSearch mission is to assist law enforcement agencies by providing applied research, training, and on-site investigations.

NecroSearch scientists and investigators work on a volunteer basis.

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DELTA — County Coroner Chalmer Swain announced Friday that skeletal remains discovered in July by a hiker in rural Delta County have been positively identified as Cindy Ann Margaret Booth, who was 14 when she disappeared on August 4, 1993.

A 43-year-old Delta resident named Eugene Marvin Smith was arrested and convicted of Booth’s murder in 1997. He is believed to be serving time in a Texas prison, according to Delta Police Commander Roger Christian.

The late Detective John Musick spent many hours doggedly investigating Booth’s disappearance but died in 1998 before seeing full resolution of the case, Christian said.

Booth’s mother, La Vone Ayers, continues to live in Delta but was unavailable for comment Friday. She was notified in July that the remains were most likely those of her daughter, Christian said.

“We had a pretty good idea back then, but this is positive identification,” he said.

Booth was a student at Delta Middle School when she visited the home of Smith, a family friend, during a hot August afternoon 11 years ago. She was never seen alive again, Christian said.

The Colorado Bureau of Investigation and a forensic search service, Necrosearch, assisted with investigating the site where Booth’s partial skeletal remains were found, Christian said.

Booth was identified using dental records and mitochondrial DNA matching, Swain said in a press release.

It is unknown if Booth was sexually abused, Christian said, but Smith was convicted of second-degree murder and child abuse resulting in death.

Christian was preparing cold case files for District Attorney Tom Raynes on Friday afternoon, because the identification of Booth’s remains triggers an obligation to let Smith and his attorney know about finding and identifying Booth’s remains, he said.

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