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Madison cold case gets warmer; student died in 1986

After 27 years, police appear to be closing in on murder suspect

10:56 PM, Jul. 15, 2013
A reenactment of the killing of Andrew Nehmer staged April 24, 1986, two days after the actual murder, by Madison Police Officer Jay Lengfeld (behind counter, white shirt) and Detective Rick Miller.
A reenactment of the killing of Andrew Nehmer staged April 24, 1986, two days after the actual murder, by Madison Police Officer Jay Lengfeld (behind counter, white shirt) and Detective Rick Miller.
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Andrew Nehmer may have tried to tell what happened.

The phone in the Open Pantry where the 20-year-old student worked was off the hook. Police speculated that he started to make a call but then realized that he couldn't speak.

It was April 22, 1986. Just past 4 a.m., a witness saw Nehmer stagger from the store and collapse in the parking lot. Blood pooled around him. He was taken to a nearby hospital and pronounced dead. ...

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