Statement from the Boulder Police Concerning the JonBenét Ramsey Case

New DNA testing is being explored in the Jon Benet Ramsey case

As part of the ongoing investigation into the death of Jon Benet Ramsey, the Boulder Police Department continues to discuss and evaluate evidence with the Boulder District Attorney’s Office and the Colorado Bureau of Investigation.

With the emergence of new DNA testing technology, the Boulder Police Department is working with the Colorado Bureau of Investigations to determine if this new technology could further this investigation.


Members of the Boulder Police Department will not be participating in interviews related to this investigation or make further comments about the possible testing of evidence related to this investigation. Department officials will continue to reserve any additional comments until there is new information to announce.

Boulder police release video statement regarding the upcoming 20-year mark in the JonBenet Ramsey investigation

The Boulder Police Department today released a brief video statement from Chief Greg Testa regarding the JonBenet Ramsey investigation. Because the case is approaching a 20-year milestone, the department has been receiving a significant number of media and community inquiries. This video has been created to express the department’s continued commitment to this open case and demonstrate the level of investigation that has occurred to date, while also protecting the integrity of the ongoing investigation.

JonBenet was six years old when she was reported missing from her family home on Dec. 26, 1996.  She was later found deceased in the home.

The video is available on the Boulder Police Department’s website at https://bouldercolorado.gov/police/jonbenet-ramsey-homicide

Members of the Boulder Police Department will not be participating in interviews related to this investigation. This video may be used as the department’s official statement. 

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