Police Solve More Cold Cases With Upgraded FBI Database

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Police across the U.S. would likely solve cold murder and rape cases if they entered finger and palm prints from older crimes into an upgraded national database, a move the FBI encourages, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. In Cleveland, re-submitting prints has resulted in charges in at least two unsolved rape cases, so far. Investigators linked Rafiq Jones to a rape and robbery . . .

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