Homicides aren't solved in an expedient manner like they are on TV. We seem to have become accustomed to figuring out who the bad guy is and seeing him in cuffs all in the span of about 46 minutes. Unfortunately, that's not the norm and not the case for the 15 people you're about to meet below.

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We've compiled a comprehensive list of 15 homicides that took place right here in Michigan that date back as far as 1997. A quarter-century is a long time - and an unbearable amount of time for each of these victims' families.

Flint and the Surrounding Areas

We narrowed our search to concentrate primarily on Flint and the Genesee County area.

The oldest unsolved homicide dates back more than 50 years. Patrick West was shot just days before Christmas as a 7-Eleven store in was robbed. West survived for a couple of months but died as a result of his injuries in early 1972.

Crime Stopper Pays for Information

Crime Stoppers typically offers a reward of $2,500 for information leading to the arrest of a responsible party. However, there are exceptions Patrick West's case, which we just highlighted as the longest-running unsolved mystery pays more. According to Crime Stoppers, information leading to the conviction of West's killer could result in a $5,000 payout.

If you have any information on any of these cases, or any case that has gone unsolved, you're asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800.422-JAIL (5425) or visit their website.

Michigan Homicides That Have Gone Unsolved For More Than 25 Years

Sadly, the Mid-Michigan area is reputed to be a dangerous place to live. Thanks to Crime Stoppers, we've compiled a list of 15 homicide victims whose lives were tragically taken long before their time.

Their murders have gone unsolved for more than 25 years.

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You Could Be Bob Seger's Neighbor for a Cool $1 Million

Let's just imagine for a moment that you're neighbors with Bob Seger.

Even though you have a beautiful, $1 million home with five bedrooms and six bathrooms, your house is only one-quarter the size of your neighbor's. Also, the Seger's home is worth about eight times as much as yours, valued at about $8.5 million according to Zillow.

But maybe you could become friends, right?

Check out the pics of this house for sale, right across the road from Bob. He's your friend now. You can call him Bob.

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