SILVER CREEK, N.Y. (WIVB) — In 1976, 22-year-old Judith Threlkeld was walking home on Central Avenue, after leaving the Anderson-Lee Library in Silver Creek, when she was last seen.

At the time, she was wearing blue jeans, a khaki shirt, a blue sweater, a navy blue suede coat, snow boots and a brown purse.

Threlkeld was reported missing on March 8 of that year. She has not been seen in 46 years, but last month, the Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office received new information on this case.

That information came from a citizen while authorities were investigating an unrelated homicide case. Anyone with more on this case is being asked to contact Investigator Tom Tarpley at (716) 753-4578 or Investigator Tom DiZinno at (716) 753-4579.

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