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40-year-old New Jersey cold case victim identified as a teen on Long Island, suspected of murder

Blairstone, NJ (WABC)-New Jersey officials announced on Friday that a previously unsolved victim of a 40-year-old cold case murder was identified and the suspect was charged.

The Warren County Prosecutor’s Office said Friday that the victim of the July 1982 murder (formerly known as Princess Doe) was 17-year-old Dawn Oranick, who lives in West Babylon, Long Island.

They also announced that Arthur Kinro, who is currently in prison for another murder, has been charged with murder in this case.

The victim’s family was attending the presentation.

Oranick’s body was found on July 15, 1982, behind the Cemetery Cemetery on Highway 94 in Blairstown Township.

Officials said she had died within a week before she was discovered and was believed to be between the ages of 15 and 20.

She has remained unidentified for 40 years.

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40-year-old New Jersey cold case victim identified as a teen on Long Island, suspected of murder

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