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Their bikes and Elizabeth’s purse were later found on a trail on the southeast corner of Meyers Lake about 4 p.m.

the same day the girls went missing, but there were no clues as to their whereabouts.

Klunder served about two decades in prison, from 1992 to 2011, for previous kidnapping and assault charges.

On May 14, 2014, DCI Special Agent Mike Roehrkasse with the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation said the DCI is pretty confident Michael Klunder is no longer a person of interest in the [Cook/Collins] case.

The , and were looking into their backgrounds and that of their associates only so as not to discount any possible leads.

Community members held a candlelight vigil Wednesday night at Meyers Lake at the same spot where they’d set up a makeshift memorial after the girls disappeared in July.

The news that the bodies had been found hit them hard. I think a lot of people are,” family friend Sarah Curl told WHO-TV’s Aaron Brilbeck.

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The trail that runs around the lake is now known as the “Trail of Angels.” The park sitting next to the lake will be known as “Angels’ Park.” “There is a lot of memorials around the lake and throughout the bike trail in Evansdale,” Jeff Dawson, Chairman of the Evansdale Parks Department told KCRG in a story that aired February 5, 2013.

They didn’t know if it would be important and that’s kind of what we want to stress to the public is any piece of information can be important,” Roehrkasse said.

State investigators conducted a painstaking examination of potential similarities between the kidnapping and murder of Dayton teenager Kathlynn Shepard and missing person cases in Iowa, and in June 2013 a state official announced that potential connections were already being analyzed between Shepard’s murder and the Cook and Collins slayings.

“We thought if you’re riding your bike or walking, it’s a nice way to memorialize people that you don’t want to forget.” Volunteers thought up the project and put it together through fundraising.

According to KCRG, the group hopes to continue raising money to add a few more memorials and additions to the park like a roadway from the land to the island, a gazebo, and possibly a bronze statue.

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