It has been three years since the murder of Pat O'Hagan of Sheffield.
That three-year anniversary means the statute of limitations ran out on several charges in the case. And that means three suspects that investigators believe were involved in the robbery-turned-murder will never be charged with multiple crimes related to the case, like accessory after the fact, false information to a police officer and improper disposal of a body.
The attorney general's office says there is no statute of limitations on murder. So, if more concrete information is revealed, they can still charge someone with the 78-year-old grandmother's death.