Sep 29, 2015 9:18 PM
TUCSON, Ariz. - A murder case involving an unidentified woman that has had no leads for 34 years is one step closer to being solved.
The victim in the case, previously known as Jane Doe, has been identified as Brenda Gerow, who was born and raised in Nashua.
According to Tuscon News 7, Gerow left Nashua with John Kalhauser in 1980 and never returned.
Kalhauser is a person of interest in the case but he is currently serving time for the murder of his wife in 1995.
In December a man who said he is Brenda's brother identified her photo on a cold case blog. Bill Gerow said he had been in contact with the Pima County Sheriff's office about the identification.
Gerow's remains have been released to her family that still resides in New Hampshire.
NH1 News will follow the story and will have more information.
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