"It was just a cold case that ran out of clues," she said. "There were no leads or clues."
Jimmy Williams worked at a mom-and-pop grocery store, and everyone expected him to return to work the day after he disappeared, said Spitzer.
"There are theories from A to Z, literally. Most people think they ran into bad guys, somebody who apprehended them or something."
Williams' brother, Gary, told a KFOR reporter that he felt positive that his brother's body has been found and that the discovery was made in God's timing, after so many local prayers.
"To the family, it is fresh to them, opening wounds," said Spitzer. "For Sayre, it is at least some closure."