Montgomery, Al (WSFA) -- Nine years later, one of the biggest murder cases in South Alabama remains unsolved. On July 31st, 1999, Dothan teenagers Tracie Hawlett and J. B. Beasley were found shot to death in Ozark.
Ozark Police Chief Tony Spivey tells WSFA 12 News the case is still high on their radar. They've looked into several instate and out of state leads, and revisited old evidence within the last year.
You may remember Hawlett and Beasley were last seen at an Ozark store asking for directions after they got lost. They were found dead less than a mile away.
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