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EUROPE European Cold Cases: General Information, News and Notes

Discussion in 'Europe: Cold Cases' started by Kimster, Sep 24, 2016.

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    Kimster Director Staff Member

    There are more than 1,000 unsolved murders in the UK, some going back several generations. But what happens when the trail goes cold on a murder or a missing child? Detectives never completely close the files of unsolved homicides or missing children. They simply keep hoping that one day they will be given fresh information that may lead to finding the killer or that child. Here is over 25 cold cases of children.


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    The United Kingdom National DNA Database (NDNAD; officially the UK National Criminal Intelligence DNA Database) is a national DNA Database that was set up in 1995. By 2005, it had profiles of around 3.1 million people and 5.7 million profiles by 2015.[1] The database, which was growing in 2007 by 30,000 samples each month, is populated by samples recovered from crime scenes and taken from police suspects[2] although data for those not charged or not found guilty are deleted.[3]

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