HARLAN, Ky. — Relatives say they want to find those responsible for the 1969 murder of a previously unidentified Kentucky woman.

WYMT-TV reports that services were held Saturday at a Harlan funeral home for Sonja Kay Blair Adams.

Her body was found alongside a trail in Harlan County and police determined she’d been stabbed to death. But the remains were remains were unidentified and known as “Mountain Jane Doe” until last September.

Both Blair-Adams’ sister, Willie DeHart, and daughter, Karen Stipes, say bringing the killer to justice for the death is the family’s next goal.

Information from: WYMT-TV, http://www.wymt.com/

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