DNA is once again coming to the rescue in solving a cold case that involved the murder of a little girl 3-6 years old in the desert of Yavapai County, Arizona.
For 62 years this case has remained unsolved. The identity of the girl has never been known and no family came forward to file a missing persons case.
YSCO says she was identified through a unique method of DNA analysis conducted by Othram, a Texas-based laboratory.
The Yavapai County Sheriff’s office plans a news conference tomorrow to identify the little girl. There is no word yet, on whether this will shed any light on her assassin.
Full Details are available here: ‘Little Miss Nobody’ gets a name (abc15.com)