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Mabel Herman homicide story list

A list of stories about the Mabel Herman homicide case from January 1974 until present published in the West Central Tribune, Willmar, Minnesota

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Case reports dating back to the mid-1970s were read by the Willmar Police Department Cold Case Review Team to help determine the primary suspect in the 1974 killing of Mabel "Mae" Agnes Boyer Herman this past July. Erica Dischino / West Central Tribune file photo
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