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Emilie Ikeda reports Video: DNA sketch
Emilie Ikeda reports Fri, 23 Jun 2017 22:44:14 +0000 DNA sketch Emilie Ikeda reports WHAG tasmin: a composite sketch is restarting a seven-year man hunt for a montgomery county serial rapist.... whag's emilie ikeda has details on new techonology assisting the case. <<emilie ikeda reporting: officer rick goodale, montgomery county police: "short of a homicide, it's about as serious as you can get. his victims were traumatized, and words can't describe what they had to go through." emilie ikeda reporting: take a good look -- montgomery county police say this could be the face of a serial rapist who targeted elderly women... dark skin - eyes - and hair -- approximations based on unidentified dna evidence. officer rick goodale, montgomery county police: "i find it fascinating that we reached this point techonologically." emilie ikeda reporting: it's the second cold case where m-c-p teammed up with parabon to use nothing but body fluids to produce trait predictions... generating newfound hope for five rape and burglary victims. joy, victim of sexual assault: "oh, isn't science grand." emilie ikeda, @emilieikeda: "then, 68-year old joy was sexually assaulted along here twice -- in 2010 and 2011. throughout both attacks she says one thing rang loudly in her mind -- dna evidence -- thanks to her 30 years work experience in the juvenile justice system." joy, victim of sexual assault: "i made sure that they got some of his dna..." emilie ikeda reporting: officers believe joy is one of five victims sexually assaulted by this suspect. seven years later, detectives are hoping someone might recognize this man or bring new details to light -- so the victims of his brutal attacks can alas, get some closure. officer rick goodale, montgomery county police: "in montgomery county, we don't give up, we don't quit. we want to see every case end with an arrest and a successful prosecution." emilie ikeda reporting: in montgomery county, emilie ikeda, i-270 news. >> lou: your work week you'll want to break out that rain gear as rain is anticipated off and on throughout the day. this

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