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A 70-year-old Colorado man accused of killing two women in 1982 was arrested, authorities said Wednesday.

Alan Lee Phillips of Dumont Mountain Village was booked into the Park County Jail on charges of killing Annette Schnee, 21, and Barbara “Bobbi Jo” Oberholtzer, 29, Park County Sheriff Tom McGraw said. , at a press conference.

Phillips was arrested in Clear Creek County on February 24. Authorities said he could be charged with first-degree murder, kidnapping and assault.

Local, state and federal authorities used the DNA test to identify Phillips as a possible suspect. However, they did not provide details or provide any possible reason for the killings.

Police said ?

The two women had no obvious connection, but the two are believed to have been hitchhiking in a resort town in the Rocky Mountains before disappearing on January 6, 1982. Their bodies were found separated.

Friends and family discovered Oberholtzer’s body the day after she disappeared in the sleet atop Hoosier Pass near Breckenridge. Snow’s body was fully clothed in a creek in Park County six months later. The two women had died.

Phillips’ public defender Kyle Nettleblad, contacted by phone Wednesday, declined to comment on the case.

“I cannot understand the pain and suffering that their families have been exposed to for almost four decades. With each year that has passed, they have remained vigilant in their unwavering commitment to seek justice for Bobbi Jo and Annette, ”said Park County Sheriff McGraw.

He said Phillips has not been the subject of major arrests since 1982, but authorities are investigating his possible involvement in other cases.

Police showed recent photos of Phillips at the press conference and asked the public about the case.

Dumont is approximately 35 miles west of Denver.

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