BEL AIR, Md. - Jennifer Claybrook was a vibrant 15-year-old girl. As a freshman at The John Carroll School in Bel Air, her life lie before her.
But in the spring of 1983, Jennifer’s young life was abruptly cut short.
On the morning of March 10th, an off-duty Harford County Sherriff’s Deputy was walking his dog not far from Jennifer’s family home in Bel Air. That’s when he made the gruesome discovery; Jennifer’s lifeless body lying beneath a tree. She had been strangled.
Tune in to ABC2 News tonight at 11 as we journey into our next cold case. Learn about Jennifer, the people who loved her, and the tragic end to her young life.
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