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(AP) - Two retired detectives have been hired by the Alma Police Department to take a fresh look at the 1995 disappearance of Morgan Nick.
The Southwest Times Record reports that John Tenwolde and Robert Snow will work for minimum wage as they review evidence and interview witnesses and possible suspects.
They were hired in April. Tenwolde worked for the San Diego County sheriff's office in California and Snow is a former New York City police officer.
Six-year-old Morgan Nick vanished from an Alma ballpark in June 1995. Alma Police Chief Russell White says the officers have worked as a team on other investigations.
White says the detectives asked him earlier this year about being formally hired. Being employed by the agency means the officers can work without supervision.
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