When a young coastal North Carolina mother is brutally murdered in her own home, investigators determine that her killer was likely a man who had responded to a classified sale ad she’d placed in a local paper. Investigators continue to pursue a killer who’s managed to evade law enforcement for decades in this episode of Last Seen Alive.

Sources used to research this episode:

Family Holding Out Hope for Justice 34 Years After Brutal Murder of North Carolina Mother Jaye Potter Mintz (Andrea Cavallier / NBC News)

Cold Case: Jaye Potter-Mintz (Kacey Gaumer / WECT News 6)

New DNA Technology Used to Test Evidence in 1987 Murder (Hannah Patrick / WWAY3 News)

UNSOLVED: Brunswick Co. Sheriff’s Office Buys New DNA Technology to Solve Crime (Hannah Patrick / WWAY3 News)

Cold Case: Family Keeps Hope Alive Decades After Young Mother’s Murder in Leland (Matt Tomsic / Star News Online)

If you know anything about the murder of Beverly Jaye Potter-Mintz, please contact the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office at 910-253-2777.

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