DA looking for public’s help to solve deadly 2012 hit-and-run case

Death of Cory Cane remains an unsolved case

Cory Cane of Southbridge (pictured) died after being struck by a vehicle on Route 16 in Wales on January 3, 2012. Image Courtesy: Hampden County District Attorney's Office.

WALES, Mass. (WWLP) – Cory Cane was struck and killed by a car or truck on Route 19 in Wales more than four years ago, and investigators are still trying to figure out who is responsible. State troopers assigned to District Attorney Anthony Gulluni’s office are asking for the public’s help for information on the case.

Cory Cane. Image Courtesy: Hampden County District Attorney's Office
Cory Cane. Image Courtesy: Hampden County District Attorney’s Office

Cane, a resident of Southbridge, was found dead in the early morning hours of January 3, 2012. Investigators determined that Cane had walked away from a nearby home at around 1:30 that morning, approximately three and a half hours before his body was found.

Police were unable to find any eyewitnesses, and there have been very few leads in the case.

Members of Cane’s family, as well as state troopers and Wales police, are now hoping that anyone who was in the area that morning could come forward with information. If you are able to help, call the Hampden County District Attorney’s Office at (413) 505-5993. You can also text-a-tip by texting “SOLVE” and your message to CRIMES at 274637.

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