SAXONBURG, Pa. - Saxonburg police Chief Greg Adams' death is the longest running cold case involving a police officer in the country.
Armed with new information from the FBI, the chief's family filed a civil suit Thursday to get the suspect's wife and son to talk.
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Police say Donald Eugene Webb shot the chief twice and pistol-whipped him with his own service gun after the chief pulled him over for running a stop sign on Dec. 4, 1980.
The FBI calls Webb a "career criminal" and a "master of assumed identities."
Agents have been tracking him for decades and now, new information is coming out.
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