The unsolved case of a baby stolen from his mother in Chicago nearly a half century ago is a nagging mystery to many.
Now the FBI says it has “solid new leads” in the 1966 case, ABC News reports .
The parents, Chester and Dora Fronczak, thought they found their son Paul in New Jersey but DNA tests recently revealed they were wrong.
The FBI re-opened the case.
“We’re going to do everything that we can to follow up to see if that baby is out there,” said Bob Shields, the special agent in charge of the Chicago FBI office.