The US Federal Police announced yesterday that they have discovered the identity of “Mulhar das Dunas”, an unidentified ancient man murdered in Massachusetts.
According to authorities, the body of Ruth Marie Terry, a native of Tennessee, was found on July 26, 1974. He was on a hillside in the town of Provincetown. Ruth was 37 years old at the time of the murder.
Almost half a century later, investigations have progressed by using investigative forensic techniques. In a statement released yesterday, the FBI said it was a “unique method that could open new leads to unsolved murders and help identify unknown victims.”
“This is, without a doubt, a major breakthrough in the investigation that hopefully brings us closer to identifying the killer,” said Joe, the FBI agent in charge of the Boston division. Bonavolonda.
The department further explains that this technique combines the use of DNA analysis with traditional genetic research and historical records to generate leads in unsolved cases of violence.
Previously, detectives had unsuccessfully tried other identification techniques to try to identify the Dune Woman, such as neighborhood searches, reviews of missing persons cases, facial reconstructions in clay, and age regression maps.
Ruth’s death was caused by a blow to the head, crushing the left side of the skull so severely. According to investigators, the crime would have taken place weeks before the remains were found.
Agents also observed that the victim’s head was practically severed from the rest of the body. Her naked body lay on a beach blanket, her head resting on her folded jeans.
In addition, according to the police hypothesis, Ruth’s hands were removed to make it difficult to identify the body from fingerprints – in fact, this happened, and the identity of the victim was revealed only 50 years after the murder.
The FBI is asking the public to help gather information about the case. You can contact the company or the Massachusetts Police Department.
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