For more than 26 years, Virginia James and her family have waited.
"There's somebody that knows something," she said, "We just want to know if there is somebody still out there."
For a clue, a tip, something to help detectives figure out who killed her mother, Mena Richie, inside her Signal Hills neighborhood home in 1989.
"It's hard every, every day. I get up thinking about her, I go to bed thinking about her," she added.
That clue may lie in of the hundreds of bags of evidence recently discovered at the Hamilton County Medical Examiners Office. They include things like bullet fragments, fingernail clippings, hair and crime scene notes taken during autopsies from between the years of 1986 and 2002.