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4/18/05

Police Receive Donation From Father Of Lubbock Murder Victim

Fourteen years after his son is murdered, a father is saying "thank you" to the Lubbock Police Department.

Jim Dunn presented police with a check Monday morning to help the department purchase a crime scene imager. Scott Dunn disappeared from his Lubbock apartment in 1991. His body was never found, so police and attorneys had to use forensic evidence to convict Leisha Hamilton and Tim Smith of Dunn's murder.

"I don't intend to give up until I've pursued all avenues to find my son and give him a proper burial," Scott Dunn said.

Dunn and former Avalanche Journal reporter, Wanda Evans, have written a book detailing Scott's disappearance. It's called "Trail of Blood," and is now being sold in Lubbock book stores.

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