Police issue brief statement in Hacking case
Aug. 1, 2004
ReligionNewsBlog.com • Sunday August 1, 2004
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) – Police in Salt Lake City aren’t saying much about what Mark Hacking apparently told relatives about the search for his wife, Lori.
Detective Dwayne Baird issued a brief statement today saying a Hacking family member had provided police with “substantial new information,” but wouldn’t elaborate.
Baird says the search of the Salt Lake County landfill will resume Friday when cadaver dogs are available again. Baird did not say why the dogs wouldn’t be available until then.
Baird did not respond to questions after his brief statement.
The families of Mark and Lori Hacking released a joint statement last night, saying Mark Hacking had given information that makes a search for his wife unnecessary. Police won’t say what that information was.
Lori Hacking has been missing for nearly two weeks.
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