Police have found a DNA link between the unsolved murder of a drama student in 2004 and a heavy chain collected after the Occupy Wall Street protests in March, a source confirmed to myFOXny.com.
A database of DNA samples recently matched DNA on the chain to material on a compact disc player found near the body of Sarah Fox, an official said, speaking on condition of anonymity because the official wasn’t authorized to discuss the ongoing investigation.
But the DNA hasn’t been matched to any person, and it remains to be seen what authorities will be able to make of the unexpected find — and what it might mean for a longtime suspect who has never been charged. The DNA on the chain was found during a routine test of crime-scene evidence, a source told the New York Post.
NBC 4 New York first reported the DNA match.
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