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  • Not Forgotten: Police tackle cold case murders with new training, forensics

    Eight investigators in the homicide unit are dividing up the unsolved cases, reviewing the evidence, and presenting each case to their colleagues for discussion. The unit is sending more evidence to crime laboratories for DNA-testing, as more sensitive methods now can derive a DNA profile from skin cells, or “touch DNA.”

Not Forgotten: Police tackle cold case murders with new training, forensics

Eight investigators in the homicide unit are dividing up the unsolved cases, reviewing the evidence, and presenting each case to their colleagues for discussion. The unit is sending more evidence to crime laboratories for DNA-testing, as more sensitive methods now can derive a DNA profile from skin cells, or “touch DNA.”
Mike Haskey The Ledger-Enquirer