La policía de Nevada identifica a la víctima de un caso sin resolver de homicidio de 41 años mediante genealogía y pruebas de ADN

La mujer anteriormente conocida como “Jane Arroyo Grande Doe” ahora tiene un nombre después de 41 años, policía en Henderson, Nevada, anunció el jueves.

Gracias a un proceso llamado genealogía genética investigativa, the woman was identified November 10 as Tammy Terrell. The 17-year-old’s body was found October 5, 1980, according to a news release from police in Henderson, in the Las Vegas metropolitan area.
Investigative genetic genealogy is a process that uses DNA testingto determine relationships between individuals and identify possible relatives of the unidentified victim,” el comunicado dijo.
      Detectives then use the information to contact potential relatives in an attempt to identify family members have gone missing,” el comunicado dijo.
        Tammy was last seen at a restaurant in Roswell, Nuevo Mexico, en septiembre 28, 1980, with an unknown White man and woman, “possibly planning to leave New Mexico for an unknown destination in California,” el comunicado dijo.
          Her body was found one week later by a passing driver in the desert area near Arroyo Grande Boulevard and Lake Mead Parkway, el comunicado dijo. En el 41 years since her disappearance, la policía dijo “all attempts to identify her to this point had been unsuccessful.
            The investigation into Tammy’s death is ongoing, la policía dijo.
            News about Tammy’s case follows a Tuesday announcement that Las Vegas police used DNA testing and genealogical research to solve the 42-year-old homicide case of a teen girl who died in 1979.

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