Unsolved Murder: Autumn Michelle Raymond - Tri-State News, Weather & Sports

Unsolved Murder: Autumn Michelle Raymond

September 2, 1999

Beaver Dam, Kentucky

Firefighters responded to a house on fire at 8 Tanner Lane in Beaver Dam, Kentucky.

Rescued from the flames was 4-year-old Autumn Michelle Raymond. The little girl was taken to the Ohio County Hospital and fought for her life but she died a month later.

An autopsy showed she died as a result of smoke inhalation. Kentucky State Police say the child was murdered because someone intentionally set her house on fire.

If you have any information about this case of arson and murder call the Kentucky State Police at 1-270-826-3312.

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