1. SOUNDBITE (English) Chief Tom Hanley, Middlebury Police Department:
"All we can say at this time was that they were in the same approximate location in the same time frame. We don't know if they ever had any personal contact. We're still trying to inquire that, we're looking for other people that might be able to tell us that."
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3. SOUNDBITE (English) Chief Tom Hanley, Middlebury Police Department:
"He is a person that had some approximate connection with a person that is missing here and with some of the other background that we're discovering on this person we're very interested to find out what that connection is and how far we can go with that connection."
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5. SOUNDBITE (English) Chief Tom Hanley, Middlebury Police Department:
"We can't say that until we've had a medical examiner's review on that but it is an investigation on that yes. (reporter: is it a possible homicide?) Absolutely. We've got an adult that disappeared, no trace of that person has ever been found. We can assume at this point that there was some wrong doing with that, potentially a homicide."
"They very much would like some resolution to this. Both of Lynne's parents, her mother and her father have both passed away, but her brothers and sisters definitely are still looking for some resolution and some closure."
Police in Vermont say they visited property last year where millionaire murder suspect Robert Durst once lived while investigating the 1971 disappearance of an 18-year-old college student.
Middlebury police say Durst owned and operated All Good Things, a store near where Middlebury College student Lynne Schulze was spotted Dec. 10, 1971, the day she was last seen.
Police Chief Thomas Hanley said Tuesday at a news conference that Durst and Schulze were in the same approximate location at the same time and that Durst is someone who is "very interesting to us" in Schulze's disappearance.
The 71-year-old Durst is charged with killing a woman 15 years ago in Los Angeles.
Police say they don't believe Durst was questioned after Schulze's disappearance. Her body has never been found.