Norwalk cold case unit using DNA to close unsolved crimes

The unit's most recent conviction is from a

The unit's most recent conviction is from a case that is a quarter-century old. (February 19, 2014 5:41 PM)

Norwalk's cold case unit is using DNA technology to make convictions in cases that could be decades old.

The unit's most recent conviction led to the arrest of Osvaldo Muniz in a kidnapping committed more than a quarter-century ago.

Lt. Art Weisgerber, head of the unit, says advances in DNA technology make it possible to give victims some closure.

Weisgerber says the sample size...

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