DNA ties prisoner to California serial killings after 40 years

REDWOOD CITY, Calif. — DNA evidence linked an Oregon prisoner to at least two of the six serial killings of young women that terrified the San Francisco Bay Area and…

REDWOOD CITY, Calif. — DNA evidence linked an Oregon prisoner to at least two of the six serial killings of young women that terrified the San Francisco Bay Area and…

Source:: DNA ties prisoner to California serial killings after 40 years

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