On the Face of It

Using only DNA left at a crime scene as a reference, some law enforcement agencies are developing and releasing sketches of what the perpetrator might have looked like, the New York Times reports. In South Carolina, police released such an image from a stalled murder investigation. It, the Times notes, generated a couple of leads, though they didn't work out.

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