Prosecutors in Massachusetts have used DNA phenotyping to put together a sketch of a suspect in a 1992 murder case, the Associated Press reports.

Lisa Ziegart, a teacher's aide, disappeared in April 1992 from her second job at a card and gift store, where she was working the night shift alone. Her body was found four days later in a wooded area a few miles away. She had been raped and stabbed, the AP says.

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