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Will the FBI Find the Cure For the Uncommon Cold Case?

For investigators, it’s a headache worth tackling.  But will advances in science be enough to crack the case?

BY NATASHA KORECKI AND FRANK MAIN
Chicago Sun-Times
CHICAGO — Investigators have breathed new life into the decades-old, unsolved Tylenol killings, prompted by advances in forensic technology and new tips on the crimes, FBI officials said today.
The FBI executed search warrants today on the man convicted of extortion related to the infamous Tylenol killings that claimed seven lives in the Chicago area in the 1980s.
“Given the many recent advances in forensic technology,” an FBI statement read, “it was only natural that a second look be taken at the case and recovered evidence.”
Sources say James William Lewis – long viewed as a suspect – is part of the investigation under way in Chicago and that one of the search warrants was for his home in Cambridge, Mass., outside Boston.
The FBI in Cambridge confirmed that agents searched multiple locations today, including 170 Gore St. in Cambridge – Lewis’ residence and registered place of business. They also searched two storage facilities near Cambridge.


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