Officials say that "progress has been made" in connection with one of the city's most well-known unsolved crimes, the 1984 murder of Cleveland teen Gloria Pointer. 

The 14-year-old was raped and killed on her way to school on a day she was to receive a perfect attendance award.

Police have not released specific details about the progress made on the case but on Monday they arrested a 58-year-old man on suspicion of aggravated murder.

Gloria Pointer’s mother, Yvonne Pointer, has never let her daughter’s case be forgotten. Determined to keep such tragedies from happening again, she became an anti-violence activist and minister who is well known on the national speaking circuit.

Gloria Pointer's mother, Yvonne Pointer, has never let her daughter's case be forgotten.

She established a Midnight Basketball program to give at-risk young men in Cleveland something constructive to do after dark. She later founded a women’s support group called Positive Plus, and now works in the city of Cleveland’s Community Relations Department.

Read it at The Plain Dealer.