Was Peggy Reber Pregnant?

By Kevin Uhrich and Martha Shaak
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"We're going to go through this investigation and we are going to do everything we can do to try and solve this crime," Arnold says. "And at the end of the day we are going to have 1) the ability to charge somebody and arrest them, or 2) we're going to reach a point that we've done everything we possibly could and there's nothing left to do, and we can't solve it. But we're not going to walk away from this without having done everything we can do."

>>Read the original PW cover story here and the last update here.

Martha Shaak is a Lebanon-based freelance writer. Her brother Kevin Uhrich is editor of Pasadena Weekly. They first wrote about Peggy Reber's murder in January. Comments on this story can be sent to letters@philadelphiaweekly.com. Anyone with information relevant to this case should contact Lebanon officials at 717.274.2801 ext. 2169, or rebercase@lebcnty.org

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1. Ann said... on Jul 24, 2010 at 07:18AM

“Well now her Father is with Her and we all miss them Both. They will be in are Heart man soles . I will never for get all the Fun we Had .
I wish they could have solved this befor but he said he will never see this Solved I hope for all That it will soon get Done.
Growning up as Kids. The Twins and all are Familys.
Thank you Ann”

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2. Barb said... on Jan 16, 2012 at 02:03AM

“I believe this has gone-on too long and there is SOMEone who knows SOMEthing. I used t6o "run" with Peg, and there is something. There. that we don't know about, yet, BUT we will get you.”

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