It's time to take a look back at the stories making headlines this week in the 69 News Week In Review.
Monday, Bethlehem police identified a suspect in a 35-year-old murder case.
Police said thanks to the help of a special grand jury, a suspect has emerged in the 1979 murder of 17-year-old Holly Branagan, who was found stabbed to death in her home on Pine Top Trail.
Police aren't naming names, but they said the suspect was a family acquaintance.
Now, police say they just need someone to come forward and confirm it.
On Tuesday, an improbable reunion unfolded in Lehigh County.
Katheryn Deprill, who made national headlines in the search for her birth mother, said the two were finally reunited.
Back in 1986, Deprill was found as a newborn in the bathroom of a Burger King in Allentown.
Deprill's birth mother came forward last week after Deprill posted a picture on Facebook.
Wednesday, the founder of a local boys' choir was arrested on rape charges.
74-year-old Dr. Bernard Kenneth Schade is accused of sexually abusing some of the boys he was trusted to teach.
The crimes allegedly occurred nearly two decades agowhen Schade was running the Singing Boys Choir of Pennsylvania, a group he formed back in the 1970s in Monroe and Northampton counties.
On Thursday, police in the Poconos canvassed the area for a man who allegedly tried to shoot a woman outside the EconoLodge motel in Stroudsburg.
Police issued a an arrest warrant for Shicon Jamal Jordan on attempted homicide and related charges.
Jordan remains on the loose.
Friday, a metal detector's amazing find was recounted in Longswamp Township, Berks County.
Pearl Mack had lost her wedding ring more than 40 years ago when it fell down the shower drain.
But thanks to her granddaughter's husband's metal detector hobby, she was reunited with her ring.
Mike Caruso uncovered the ring near the home's septic system.