Cary police announced Tuesday that they're closing, for the second time, the investigation into the 2010 burglary that Wake County school board member Debra Goldman had reported at her home.
Police say all leads have been exhausted in the investigation into the $130,000 in jewelry cash and silver coins that Goldman reported had been stolen. Police had reopened the case Oct. 25, two years after it was first closed, but didn't say why.
The recently leaked police narrative report had rocked both the school board and the state's political scene. People were talking about how Goldman had named fellow board member Chris Malone as a possible suspect in 2010 and that Malone had said they had a romantic relationship, which she has denied.
It's still uncertain who leaked the report to the media as Goldman ran for state auditor and Malone ran for state House.