Mon, 07 Jan 2019 01:01:23 GMT
The former commonwealth attorney basically confirmed without confirming that there was DNA evidence found, but based off of what the officer from Lynchburg said, they just didn’t get a hit on it since the guy isn’t in the database so they’re stuck. My question is, would it be possible to use a similar process as say, ancestry.com uses to track the lineage of the stalker and find out his identity through his family? This could either narrow down their search to one family or pin hard evidence against the man some women said they met that strongly resembled the police sketch. I know many people have found long lost siblings/biological parents through a process like this so I’m just curious as to why this isn’t used in a situation like this.
Sat, 19 Jan 2019 18:49:02 GMT
I think this method is becoming more popular but ancestry.com won’t disclose the info to anyone that’s not authorized.