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DNA links dead criminal to a 1996 South Carolina cold case

Seattle Times Friday, 14 February 2020 ()
DNA links dead criminal to a 1996 South Carolina cold caseNORTH MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (AP) — A cold-case slaying in South Carolina has been closed, as police believe the killer died in a Louisiana jail more than a decade ago. Shawn Marie Neal, 23, was found strangled in her North Myrtle Beach condo on June 2, 1996. The investigation went cold and police made no […]
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Shawn Marie Neil was found strangled in North Myrtle Beach. Police reopened the case in 2017 and tested DNA evidence that ended up matching Ronald Lee Moore.

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