05-31-2016, 05:43 PM #1
Canada - Dana Bradley, 14, St John's, NL, 14 Dec 1981
New DNA evidence has provided a "breakthrough" in the 34-year-old unsolved murder of a teenage girl in Newfoundland and Labrador, say police.
The brutal killing of 14-year-old Dana Bradley in 1981 launched one of the largest and most costly murder investigations in the province's history...
Bradley was last seen entering a car while hitchhiking, according to witnesses.
She was reported missing on Dec. 14, 1981 and her body was found four days later at Maddox Cove, a wooded area just south of St. John's.
Her skull had been fractured by blows from a blunt object and she had been sexually assaulted.
Police have used new DNA evidence in the Dana Bradley murder investigation to clear suspects in the case, including a man who was publicly accused by someone claiming to have witnessed the murder...
Police are still receiving tips from members of the public on the murder case. A number of them came in late Thursday morning, as news of the new evidence broke.
06-03-2016, 10:47 AM #2Registered User
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Wow, what a terrible crime! Glad they are keeping it open.
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