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(WTNH, Oct. 2, 2006 10:30 PM) _ A missing persons case that turned cold has now gotten the attention of the FBI.
The agency has been called in to help uncover new leads in the disappearance of Billy Smolinski.
by News Channel 8's Jamie Muro
For two years, the family of Billy Smolinski have wondered what happened to him. He simply disappeared but this week there was a bit of good news when the Smolinskis learned their case is getting some high-powered help in the form of the FBI.
31-year-old Billy Smolinski was last seen in August of 2004. He vanished after asking a neighbor to look after his dog in his Waterbury home on Holly Street. He said he was going to look for a car, but left his truck, keys, and wallet.
Now the FBI has agreed to help Waterbury Police piece together the story of what happened.
Janice and Bill Smolinski learned of the FBI's involvement this week, and are optimistic many questions will be answered.
Janice Smolinski, mother, says,"Finally, the FBI. I can't believe, it's really a happy moment. Maybe we can get our answers. We were told once the FBI catches on, they don't let go."