- May 3, 2019
- Reaction score
Detectives still say they’ll solve the murder of Orangeville nurse Sonia Varaschin. It’s been 10 years and counting
Police then said they had collected some 600 DNA samples from men 18 and older in the Orangeville area.
The OPP notes that technology has improved since the murder.
“Whatever new technology comes along, we’re on it,” Glassford said.
That includes a system now called Strmix, which has been called “game-changer” DNA forensic software.
...one of its strengths is that it lets investigators unravel DNA mixtures that had previously been considered too complex to unravel.
That could include cases when the blood of several people is mingled at a crime scene.
It could also include minute “touch DNA” found after surfaces like doorknobs are swabbed.
I'm beginning to think that dear Sonia fought back hard. I hope so.