"Dateline" To Air "Unsolved Case Squad" -- Friday, April 10
"DATELINE" TAKES VIEWERS INSIDE AN UNFOLDING INVESTIGATION LIKE NEVER BEFORE IN ITS PREMEIRE OF THE "UNSOLVED CASE SQUAD" THIS FRIDAY, APRIL 10 AT 10 P.M.
Correspondent Josh Mankiewicz and a Team of Law Enforcement Veterans Look Into Two North Carolina Homicide Cases
(New York) � April 8, 2009 � In an upcoming "Dateline" airing this Friday, April 10, viewers will be taken inside an unfolding investigation like never before. "Dateline" producers searched the country to assemble a team of law enforcement professionals to roll up their sleeves and work together to help solve two perplexing murders in North Carolina. Relying on insight, experience and instinct, "Dateline's Unsolved Case Squad" pieces through the evidence, discusses possible suspects and weighs theories about an unknown killer who so far has eluded justice.
Correspondent Josh Mankiewicz and law enforcement veterans Dwayne Stanton, Yolanda McClary and Alan Jackson come together to try and get to the truth behind the murders of Allison Foy and Angela Rothen, two mothers that went missing a year apart before their bones were found together last year in a wooded area near Wilmington, N.C. Stanton is a retired homicide detective from Washington D.C. who investigated Chandra Levy's murder; McClary is a Las Vegas crime scene investigator who served as a model for a character on the hit series, "C.S.I.;" and Jackson is a prosecutor in Los Angeles who specializes in high-profile cases.
Police in Wilmington were interviewed for "Dateline's Unsolved Case Squad" and have set up a hotline for viewers to call in tips following the broadcast.
David Corvo is the executive producer of "Dateline NBC" (10:00-11:00 PM/ET). Photos of the Unsolved Case Squad are available at www.nbcumv.com.