The Sacramento Police Department released this DNA phenotyping profile by Parabon NanoLabs in the hopes of identifying a woman found dead in a dumpster set on fire in 2001.
The Sacramento Police Department released this DNA phenotyping profile by Parabon NanoLabs in the hopes of identifying a woman found dead in a dumpster set on fire in 2001. Parabon NanoLabs via California Attorney General's Office
The Sacramento Police Department released this DNA phenotyping profile by Parabon NanoLabs in the hopes of identifying a woman found dead in a dumpster set on fire in 2001. Parabon NanoLabs via California Attorney General's Office
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Could DNA technology help identify body from dumpster fire nearly 20 years ago?

May 26, 2018 02:36 PM