Homicide

Vermont student missing since 1971 was last seen near store owned by murder suspect Durst

  • FILE - An undated file photo provided by the Middlebury Police shows Lynne Schulze, who disappeared in 1971 from Middlebury College in Vermont. Police said Monday, March 23, 2015 that they've been investigating a link between the 1971 disappearance of Schulze and millionaire murder suspect Robert Durst. (AP Photo, File)

    FILE - An undated file photo provided by the Middlebury Police shows Lynne Schulze, who disappeared in 1971 from Middlebury College in Vermont. Police said Monday, March 23, 2015 that they've been investigating a link between the 1971 disappearance of Schulze and millionaire murder suspect Robert Durst. (AP Photo, File)  (The Associated Press)

  • Middlebury Police Detective Kristine Bowdish points to a photograph of the building where Robert Durst owned the All Good Things health food store in the 1970's, during a media briefing Tuesday, March 24, 2015, in Middlebury, Vt. The store is near where Middlebury College student Lynne Schulze, from Simsbury, Conn., was spotted Dec. 10, 1971, the day she was last seen. Durst is charged in the shooting death of Susan Berman in Los Angeles 15 years ago. Middlebury Police Chief Thomas Hanley said Durst and Schulze were in the same approximate location at the same time, and that Durst is someone who is "very interesting to us" in Schulze's disappearance. (AP Photo/Wilson Ring)

    Middlebury Police Detective Kristine Bowdish points to a photograph of the building where Robert Durst owned the All Good Things health food store in the 1970's, during a media briefing Tuesday, March 24, 2015, in Middlebury, Vt. The store is near where Middlebury College student Lynne Schulze, from Simsbury, Conn., was spotted Dec. 10, 1971, the day she was last seen. Durst is charged in the shooting death of Susan Berman in Los Angeles 15 years ago. Middlebury Police Chief Thomas Hanley said Durst and Schulze were in the same approximate location at the same time, and that Durst is someone who is "very interesting to us" in Schulze's disappearance. (AP Photo/Wilson Ring)  (The Associated Press)

An 18-year-old Vermont college student who disappeared in 1971 was last seen near a health food store owned by millionaire murder suspect Robert Durst.

Middlebury Police say Durst owned and operated "All Good Things," near where Middlebury College student Lynne Schulze was spotted Dec. 10, 1971. The store's name was the title of a 2010 movie about Durst.

The 71-year-old Durst is a member of a wealthy New York real estate family that runs 1 World Trade Center. He's charged with killing a woman 15 years ago in Los Angeles.

Middlebury police acknowledge the link between Durst and Schulze. They reopened the case in 1992 and say they have gotten leads since then. They didn't elaborate.

Middlebury police scheduled a press briefing on the case Tuesday afternoon.