The 1991 murder of a teenage girl on her high-school campus may now finally be solved - thanks to the DNA of a 17th century family.
Seattle police investigating the death of Washington 16-year-old Sarah Yarborough say they are one step closer to catching her killer. They have matched crime-scene DNA samples to the historic family of Robert Fuller, from Massachusetts, whose ancestors settled in Salem in 1630 after coming over on the Mayflower.
You can read more in an article by Lee Moran in The Daily Mail at http://goo.gl/mptRA
My thanks to Julie Dresser for telling me about this story.
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