Boulder investigators meet again with FBI
And pay a visit to the gift shop
September 9, 1997
Web posted at: 5:51 p.m. EDT (2151 GMT)
QUANTICO, Virginia (CNN) -- Investigators from the Boulder
County District Attorney's Office and the Boulder Police
Department met for a second day Tuesday with members of the
FBI's Child Abduction and Serial Crimes Unit to discuss the
JonBenet Ramsey case.
The investigators -- five from the police department and
three from the district attorney's office -- met with eight
FBI agents, including William Hagmeier, the head of the FBI
unit. The meeting ended shortly after noon.
Investigators laid out parts of their case for FBI agents in
an attempt to determine if they have enough evidence to make
On Monday, FBI spokesman Kurt Crawford said that agents
"would look at all of the case-related material and come up
with a profile or criminal investigative analysis ... that
would help the law enforcement agency narrow the focus of
their investigation to maybe a few suspects."
The investigators left the meeting Tuesday without making any
comment. They drove away in a van, but turned around and
re-entered to the complex, according to a spokesman, so they
could visit the FBI gift shop.
The body of JonBenet Ramsey, 6, was found in her home the day
On Monday, Boulder County District Attorney Alex Hunter
released a copy of a ransom note found in the Ramsey home
eight hours before JonBenet's body was located. Hunter asked
that anyone recognizing the handwriting, phrasing or any
other aspect of the note to contact Boulder police.