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WEATHERFORD (CBSDFW.COM) – As part of an awareness campaign, the Texas Department of Public Safety is shining a spotlight on a different cold case each month. The latest unsolved case that is getting new attention is a Weatherford murder investigation from nearly 30 years ago.

It was July 1987 when Wendy Kae Robinson was found dead. The 19-year-old woman had graduated from Weatherford High School and was a freshman at Weatherford College. She had last been seen near the east end of Lake Weatherford — at an area known by locals as The Wall.

Robinson’s body was located four days later, several miles away. Her killer was never found.

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The Texas Rangers are hoping that new attention on this cold case — and similar unsolved cases across the state — could bring in new leads that will help out authorities. Those who may have information about Robinson’s death have numerous ways that they can contact officials.

There is a reward of up to $5,000 for information that leads to the arrest of Robinson’s killer. To be eligible, tipsters must call Parker County Crime Stoppers at 817-599-5555 or submit their tip online. Those who provide information are able to remain anonymous.

Tips can also be submitted to the Weatherford Police Department by calling 817-598-4300, or to the Texas Rangers Cold Case website. The Texas Rangers website also lists more than 75 other cases that are being investigated by authorities across Texas right now.